Nintendo says its new console will launch within the next 79 years

 Nintendo said Monday that its new console, which debuted earlier this month, will be available just 78 years from now.

The Switch Pro, which debuted on Thursday, is the new flagship console for the company that features a system that includes an Android-based operating system for use with a variety of devices, such as tablets, smartphones, and smartphones with limited cellular data. The console itself is also a touchscreen entertainment system capable of running Android apps.

Nintendo officially released the Switch Pro in Canada. It costs $279.99 in Canada and comes with a single controller that has a capacitive touch screen, a headphone jack, and a USB-C port for connecting a portable mouse. It also has a headphone jack, USB-C port, a USB-C charging port, and a MicroSD card slot.

Nintendo says the console will be available as early as February 20, 2022, according to one Twitter post by Jason Earl, the senior vice president of marketing for Nintendo of America. According to a report by Switchplay, an online Nintendo community, the release date in North America for Japan is December 18, 2022. It is not clear exactly what that means.

The Switch Pro is the third version of the system in Nintendo's history, and it will only be available in the US for a limited time. The first-generation Switch console, released in 2016, was initially released in Japan on April 20, 2016. The second-generation Switch, released in 2018, debuted on September 14, 2018.

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