Nintendo Switch Faced With Screen Scratches, Connectivity, Dead Pixel Issues
Nintendo Switch users have encountered issues related to console screens that are reported to be damaged. However, the console manufacturer denies pulling the dock stock and sales from the online store.
Several Nintendo Switch Problems Include Screen Scratches
Nintendo Switch problems begin to appear online, as console users claim that their consoles have been left with some scratches on the screen after the dock is used. Aside from that, there has been reported issues of connectivity and dead pixel problems as well, which made some players believe that the console stock may have been pulled from the company's online store.
Evidently, Nintendo Switch players can no longer purchase the dock from the official site. However, reports suggest that Nintendo have denied that this has something to do with a redesign attempt on their part. Despite this, Nintendo Switch users posted on subreddit that repeated use of the dock has left their screens with scratches, sharing some photos on social media sites as proof.
Nintendo Switch manufacturer, on the other hand, maintains that the company has been very careful with Switch since it was launched more than a week ago, and that they have been keeping it nestled comfortably in giant woolen socks during its shipment. Interestingly, the company took note of the fact that the console has gathered a collection of tiny scratches on the bottom left hand corner following a week of daily use, even publishing a photo that shows the scratches, Express reported.
Tools That Help Find Nintendo Switch In Stock
Nintendo Switch, being one of the hottest tech items today, could be found available in stock through the help of some tools. According to reports, a number of websites have emerged that promise to assist the consumers in finding out when the console units are in stock.
Among these sites is NowInStock, where updates on the available stock at some retailers are checked, including GameStop, Walmart, Best Buy and Target. The site also provides the users when the companies last had the gaming console available, Fortune reported. Learn more about Nintendo Switch Screen Issues here: