Nintendo Switch debuts with tons of infoThis week's biggest tech stories include a blowout of new information on Nintendo's next console, the tablet-hybrid Switch.
This is CNet, and here are the stories that matter right now. We've had some hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch game console that only officially debuted late this week. The new tablet features two detachable controllers that flank the screen and can be used separately, or attached to another piece called the grip. The Switch comes with a lot of new hardware in the box. The games seem fun, theres definitely a lack of launch titles out of the gate, which is likely reason enough to put off a purchase. We don't know much about Nintendo's plan for the Switch's online service, but we're hearing that a paid subscription will get players one free retro game per month, but they'll expire after that month is over. And if you're looking for some specs on that switch screen, it's a 6.2-inch, 720p capacitive touchscreen with 32 gigabytes of storage. And finally, PC peripheral maker Razer is still trying to recover two prototype laptops that were stolen from the company's booth at CES. They're offering $25,000 toward information that could lead to the identification or arrest of those involved. The triple 4K screen laptops,called Project Valerie, were one of the notable hits of the show, as Razer is known to invent new concept items specifically for CES. You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet tech today app in the Apple app store.