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Nintendo Switch talks about "burn-in" on the OLED model Nintendo Connect

Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) – After 24 hours, comparison and burnout • Nintendo connection

At the end of September, we presented you with various unboxing videos on the new OLED model of the Nintendo Switch – including Kevin Kenson. So, although we were only a little excited about the new Nintendo console, I was able to collect many personal records of my name in the last week.

In the following two videos, Kevin talks about the first 24 hours with the Nintendo Switch (OLED model) and answers 20+ questions from his community:

In this video, you can see 20 different Nintendo Switch games with a live comparison between the 2019 and the soon-to-be-released OLED model of the hybrid console:

Finally a video, which was released a few minutes ago, with his final thoughts on the computer. Among other things, he addresses the issue of burning in OLED screens. According to Kevin, you should be aware that this is a problem – but if you enable automatic brightness, play something else often, or use stand-by mode when the console is not actively using it, you may not actually have any burning problems.

Are you looking forward to October 8, 2021, Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) Next Metroid fear Appear in stores, or stick with your current model?

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