The Nintendo Entertainment System (abbreviated asNES) is an 8-bit video game console, which released in North America in 1985, and in Europe throughout 1986 and 1987. The console was initially released in Japan as the Family Computer (abbreviated as Famicom) in 1983.
32GB Internal Storage
Switch Pro Controller + Legend of Zelda + 1-2 Switch
Custom NVIDIA Tegra Processor
6.2" 1280 x 720 Capacitive Touchscreen
Outputs up to 1080p when Using Dock
Includes Two Joy-Con Controllers & Grip
Three to Six Hours of Battery Life
Wirelessly Link up to Eight Systems
Play Console Games On-the-Go
Expandable Storage via microSD Cards.
Switch and play: Anytime, anywhere, with anyoneHome console gaming on the go - enjoy the home console gaming experience, even without access to a TVThree play modes: TV mode, tabletop mode and handheld modeShare the fun with Joy-Con - attach the two Joy-Con to the Joy-Con grip, it will work like a traditional controller and without the grip they work as two individual, fully-functioning controllersLocal and online multiplayer: Link up to eight consoles for multiplayer; online play with friends far away and players around the world.