The Nintendo Switch stock has been finally replenished. The gaming console itself is now available at the company's website and also among other retailers such as Argos, Amazon and more.
Where To Get The Nintendo Switch
According to Independent, the Nintendo Switch, which has been all but unavailable for weeks, is finally coming back into stock. There is quite a good stock of the said gaming console currently available at the Nintendo website for £279.99 ($349) and there doesn't seem to be any sign of a struggle in keeping up with the demand. In fact, the official Nintendo Store also has a stock of a range of games and peripherals, like the 1-2 Switch, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and the Pro controller.
Of the other retailers, there is Argos which is offering the Nintendo Switch for £329.99 ($405). Furthermore, the Grey colored version of the said device is available for collect and reserve at 239 Argos stores. Meanwhile, the Neon colored version can also be collected and reserved at 59 branches.
Other Retailers Selling The Nintendo Switch
Amazon, The Game, Very and Base are also selling the Nintendo Switch. However, they seem to have trouble in fulfilling orders and are still only offering the option to pre-order the said gaming console. It is also suggested that there will be third-party sellers on Amazon which will list it a starting price of £320 ($393).
How To Watch YouTube On The Nintendo Switch
Speaking about the Nintendo Switch, BGR reported that it is possible to watch YouTube videos at the device's hidden browser. The first step in accessing the browser is to download the Fiddler proxy on your computer which is available for PC, Mac, and Linux. After downloading, there is an instruction manual needed to be followed from driverdis over on the GBAtemp forums.
However, there will be certain problems about the hidden browser. Apparently, the pages don't load correctly and the volume controls of the YouTube videos are bugged and unstable.