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first_img ‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President The Nintendo Switch is being pitched as both a home console and a handheld device. If one were to play the system at home when it is securely placed in its dock, there’s not much to worry about. But on the road, consumers have to be mindful of the system’s battery life.The problem of a short battery life can be mitigated with removable batteries. This allows folks to swap out their old batteries for new ones or for longer-lasting ones. For a system like Switch, having a removable battery would solve the problem of running out of power mid-game while on the road. However, it appears that the Switch will not allow users to swap out the system’s battery.According to a report from Engadget, an FCC filing states that the system’s battery cannot be removed. This is surprising considering how users were able to change the battery of the Wii U gamepad. In fact, Nintendo even released a high-capacity battery for the console. On the other hand, a lot of smartphones and tablets do not feature removable batteries. In that sense, the Switch isn’t doing anything radically different from other hardware manufacturers.An important thing to note is that this FCC filing is based on a production prototype of the Switch. This means that the final version could have a removable battery. Also, since we still do not have much concrete information about the Switch’s capabilities, it is possible that the system could have a USB port (or ports). If it does, users might be able to charge the system’s battery by using a standard portable charger.Nintendo will hold a special Switch-centric Nintendo Direct on January 12, 2017. It is expected that we’ll finally get official information regarding the system’s games, hardware capabilities, and of course, battery life at that time. Stay on targetlast_img read more

first_img Humanscale QuickStand is a Smart Standing Desk for Your Dumb LegsThis $25 cardboard standing desk promotes health, won’t make your … Herman Miller, original architect of the workplace cubicle, is expanding its product line to include smart office furniture.During this week’s NeoCon 2017, the Michigan-based manufacturer announced Live OS—a sort of activity tracker for your desk.The platform, part of a collaboration with designer Yves Béhar, collects data and lets folks set goals for their sit-to-stand work surfaces, like being on your feet for five minutes every hour.via Herman MillerFurniture is continuously connected to the cloud via a secure cellular network, enabling desks to “sense people,” share utilization data, and respond to employees as necessary.A Herman Miller sit-to-stand desk, for instance, remembers preferred postures, and will adjust to a saved position with the touch of a button. The built-in desk control also lights up and vibrates to remind you to get off your butt every once in awhile.And while you’re busy working, so is the high-tech table: The sensors send to the cloud anonymized real-time data, which is analyzed and delivered “in the form of evolving insights to enhance workplace performance,” according to the Herman Miller press release.An accompanying mobile app and digital dashboard, meanwhile, make it easy to set personal preferences and follow data analysis. via Herman Miller“With the data insights captured through Live OS, organizations can better measure and manage workplace strategy to optimize real estate usage and improve employee experience,” Ryan Anderson, director of commercialization, said in a statement.Initial testing suggests Live OS users are six times more active and productive. Though the jury is still out regarding the actual health benefits of standing desks.Subscription-based Live OS will launch first in North America with limited availability as part of the Herman Miller Living Office suite.The creator of the Aeron chair also introduced a handful of other products at NeoCon, including the ColourForm Sofa Group collection designed by Stefan Scholten, the Ollin Monitor Arm with fingertip screen control, and the Versus family of seating solutions. Stay on targetlast_img read more

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