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Nintendo Switch is bending

Nintendo Switch Bending

Nintendo Switch is bending

While sales of the Nintendo Switch are running at full throttle, the hybrid console continues to have problems with its hardware. Apparently, console can slant even under normal use.



Complaints about the Switch, the fastest selling console in the Nintendo’s history, are not over. It is stated that the console has a problem with the dock which added a new one to the problems that live in the hardware part. Although it is not as bad as iPhone 6’s BendGate scandal, it proves that Nintendo didn’t test the console enough. If you keep the Switch on the dock for too long, there is a deformation on the tablet. There is no official statement made by Nintendo about the issue, but it is possible to predict the source of the problem. It is stated that the switch that is attached to the dock exhibits higher performance, which causes the device to overheat, causing this distortion.



On the other hand, it is also worth noting that this mini deformation from the main body does not interfere in any way with the operation of the Switch. However, it is obviously quite annoying. There is not yet a common complaint about the problem, but it is likely that users who prefer to use the Switch as a desktop gaming console are experiencing this problem, considering the situation is affected by the frequency of dock usage. On the other hand, how Nintendo can explain this issue is a question mark. We are eagerly awaiting the solution to be submitted against the question.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

1 Comment
  • pkj1980

    Everyone keeps making it sound like a widespread issue but every article has the same pictures..

    5. Apr 2017 at 7:55 pm Reply

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