Nintendo partners with Western Digital

Nintendo and Western Digital have formed a partnership globally to sell branded flash memory cards for the Nintendo Switch. Capacities of these microSD cards look to be 64GB and...
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Nintendo and Western Digital have formed a partnership globally to sell branded flash memory cards for the Nintendo Switch. Capacities of these microSD cards look to be 64GB and 128GB and will be branded with the Nintendo Switch logo. We’ve seen partnerships like this before, and as we know a lot of people prefer things that are branded this way, even if performance is the same elsewhere. These kinds of deals are lucrative for both parties, so it’s no surprise here.

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