HORI just confirmed that their new product, Wireless HORIPAD The Legend of Zelda Edition will start available globally from April 30th, 2019. This controller is designed for Switch (Nintendo) console by HORI as a third-party maker, but it’s officially licensed by Nintendo. Buyers now can pre-order it either on Amazon US or Japan with the guaranteed price from the maker is $42.87 (tax included) or ¥6,454 (tax included) respectively (※NOTE: The currencies used in this post is US Dollar and Japanese Yen, currency exchange fee and shipping fee may be calculated for foreign purchase, plus shipment may won’t be supported for some regions. Some retailers may offer cheaper price).
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Nintendo just confirmed that their new product, Nintendo Labo Joy-Con 04 VR Kit will start available globally from April 12nd, 2019. The company offers full VR Kit at the price of $79.99 (tax excluded), which contains x1 Nintendo Switch software and full materials to build six Joy-Con projects including x1 VR Googles, x1 Blaster, x1 Camera, x1 Elephant, x1 Bird, x1 Wind Pedal. Besides, they also offer a more affordable option as a Starter Set at the price of $39.99 (tax excluded), which contains x1 Nintendo Switch software and full materials to build two Joy-Con projects including x1 VR Googles, x1 Blaster. Then, buyers only need to pay additional $19.99 (tax excluded) to own either Expansion Set 1 or Set 2, each contains full materials to build two more Joy-Con projects including x1 Camera, x1 Elephant or x1 Bird, x1 Wind Pedal respectively (※NOTE: The currency used in this post is US Dollar, it may change based on buyer’s region, plus some retailers may offer cheaper price. The VR Kit doesn’t include Nintendo Switch system as it’s sold separately).
CD and Blu-ray Disc versions of The Legend of Zelda Concert 2018 has been published on March 6th, 2019. Currently, Amazon Japan is taking international pre-orders. They offer for buyers two options including standard edition and limited edition with the prices are ¥3,000/package (tax excluded) and ¥5,500/package (tax excluded) respectively (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region, plus the retailer may offer cheaper price). The limited edition consists of x2 music CD(s), x1 Blu-ray Disc, x3 metal charms, x1 postcard.
Western Digital’s SanDisk and Micron brands both just introduced their newest UHS-I microSDXC products at Mobile World Congress, those are also the world’s first 1 Terabyte microSD cards. As for SanDisk card, it is able to achieve up to 160MB/s read speed. While Micron card only reaches 100MB/s, however, its write speed is 5MB/s faster at up to 95MB/s making it became the winner of max write performance. Western Digital revealed that their 1TB microSD card will be available on the market in April 2019 with the retail price is $449.99/card (tax included) (※NOTE: This is US Dollar, the currency may change based on buyer’s region, plus some retailers may offer cheaper price). Micron hasn’t yet declared the release date as well as the price, however they promised that the card will be competitively priced when it is released in the second quarter of 2019.