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NINTENDO’S NEWEST GAMING CONSOLE SWITCHES THINGS UP

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The hottest new consumer-electronics device of 2017 has been a system that combines the on-the-go nature of smartphone gaming with the power and detail of a home console. The Nintendo Switch, as it’s known, sold a reported 1.5 million units in the first two weeks of launch, making it the fastest-selling console in Nintendo history.

Part of the Switch’s beauty is its simple design. Users

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