Watch the Nintendo Switch dev kit: Inside the inside of the Wii dev kit

Watch the newest trailer for Nintendo Switch developer build The Nintendo Switch will launch on April 3, 2017.

Here’s a look at some of the components and hardware that will be available to developers.

The Wii U is a hybrid of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 systems.

The console comes with a new gaming peripheral, the Wii Remote, as well as two gaming sticks: the GamePad and the Joy-Con.

In addition, the console supports motion control and a built-in wireless charging system.

In June, Nintendo released the first batch of its development kits, which were designed to test out the new Wii U hardware.

The first dev kits are expected to launch on March 31.

Here are the features that you need to know about Nintendo’s next console: The Wii has become Nintendo’s fastest-selling console.

Since its launch, the system has sold more than 2.5 million units worldwide, according to Nintendo.

The system’s popularity has also grown, with sales of Wii U systems jumping from a low of 500,000 units in 2013 to 1.8 million units in 2016.

The Nintendo Wii U was released in Japan in November 2016.

It’s available in four colors, and has a 10.1-inch touchscreen.

It has 8GB of RAM and a 4GB GPU, which can support up to 32 simultaneous simultaneous players.

The price of the Nintendo Wii Wii U ranges from ¥1,980 ($230) to ¥1.1 million ($4,900).

The system comes with two controllers: a shoulder-mounted one and a pad-based one.

There are also two wireless charging ports and a USB-C port.

Nintendo announced that its next-generation console, codenamed NX, will launch in 2019.

The NX is designed to support more than 20 billion games.

The systems price ranges from $499 ($450) to $799 ($1,099).