Nintendo's Switch raises more questions, Tesla makes self-driving hardware standard
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By now you've probably seen Nintendo's debut trailer of the company's hybrid console called the Switch.
Said to hit in March of next year, the Switch looks to bridge the gap between home and portable gaming.
That said, the Switch's debut leaves us with even more questions, Were curious about the screen's battery life, how multi player will work, and whether or not the docking station will give the console better graphics when played on a TV.
We'll know more in the coming months.
Elon Musk has announced that all Tesla vehicles moving forward will ship with a standard suite of self driving hardware, paving the way for fully automated cars in the future This includes the model S, X and 3, which is scheduled to arrive in 2018.
A new laptop from Razer promises to be a true gaming desktop replacement.
While most gaming laptops use the mobile version of a graphics card the Razer Blade Pro packs in a desktop grade Nvidia GTX 1080.
One of the top of the line cars on the market.
It may sound too good to be true, but this comes at a price.
The Razor Blade pro starts at a whopping $3,700.
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