Post by Nester the Lark on Oct 20, 2016 22:34:33 GMT -5
Well, when it's docked, the screen is covered, so you wouldn't be able to scan anything in. The sensor would need to be accessible at all times, whether you're using the Switch as a console or a handheld.
Well I'm happy that it looks better and more distinct than the Wii U (and can't be confused with the Wii). And the name is good with a nice understandable logo (that works well being animated) and large branding presence on the console itself.
That seems like a really strange loophole for an NDA. But at the same time can they state what type of touch screen is being used, like the Nintendo standard single resistive touch screen or is it the rumored multitouch which Emily Rogers has been mentioning? (And has been right so far). A multitouch screen would be useful considering the Joy Cons/button input can be removed.