The Nintendo Switch seems to be a real evergreen, the product’s popularity is simply not declining, even though it is already celebrating its fourth anniversary in March. Even though the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S exploded, they couldn’t kick the ball due to stock shortages. The Nintendo Switch was also the most sought-after console in 2020 in America, Japan, the UK and Australia, Origo writes.
Famitsu reports that 6.85 million of them found a host in Japan, of which 2 million were Lite variants. Nintendo thus had a local market share of 87 percent in 2020.
In the UK, there has already been more serious competition, with sales up 52.2 per cent for the Switch, which was enough for the console to push down the PlayStation 4.
In Australia, there was already an 88 percent increase in demand for Switch, and in America, Nintendo’s solution also enjoyed the highest demand. In terms of sales, it wasn’t until 2008 that the Nintendo Wii was able to outperform America.
Experts say 2021 may have been the PlayStation for 5 years, but Nintendo shouldn’t be described either: it has now sold more than 68 million Switch consoles, and the updated model could slowly arrive.
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NVIDIA launches bizarre video card
The absolute weakest model is the obsolete GeForce GT 1010. Recently, the introduction of any new computer video card is exciting, but NVIDIA has now provided an exception to the rule. Nor did NVIDIA bother to formally announce the GeForce GT 1010 video controller, only the support list for its graphics driver revealed its existence, and its main specifications were forced to be reported by internal sources.
The video card appears to be a direct successor to the GeForce GT 710 launched in early 2016, and its name presumably uses the Pascal architecture used in the 2018 vintage GeForce 1000 series. Theoretically, it has 256 CUDA cores, a base clock of 1228 MHz, a Boost clock of 1468 MHz, a dedicated memory of 2 GB GDDR5, and a power consumption of around 30W.
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