Nintendo Is Being Sued Over The Switch Joy-Con Design

Nintendo Switch console

Nintendo Switch console

However, that functionality is landing them with a lawsuit from the creators of Wikipad, an ill fated project from 2012 to create an Android gaming tablet, which then turned to a more general goal design under the new name Gamevice to support tablets and phones from other companies.

Gamevice, a California-based manufacturer of a detachable console used to turn tablet computers into portable gaming devices, said Nintendo's controllers violate a patent it holds.

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Gamevice, which makes video game controllers to attach to tablets and smartphones, is demanding that Nintendo stops making and selling the Switch and wants to be awarded damages. This week, accessory and peripheral maker "Gamevice" filed a lawsuit against Nintendo over the design of the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch has been an instant blockbuster. The Wikipad's controller also serves as a dock for the device, while the Switch relies on a separate dock that charges both the console and controllers. Since the consoles went on sale in March 2017, Nintendo has sold 4.7 million units, according to its earnings reports. For starters, the Wikipad's controller is a single piece, while the Joy-Cons are two individual controllers.

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Nintendo Switch might have taken a bit longer to launch, but the Japanese company shouldn't face a ban on its product.

The Nintendo Switch is off to a fantastic start for Nintendo, with sales on track to eclipse the Wii U within the first year. NVIDIA has, other than Apple, the leading mobile chipset, and given the Switch's form factor and hybrid console considerations, they were best suited to provide Nintendo with what they needed. Tomita Technologies had accused Nintendo of infringing on its 3D camera technology that lets users see in 3D without having to use 3D glasses.

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