If you own a Switch, then chances are you're all too familiar with the machine's storage-based woes. The measly 32GB that comes built-in to the base console tends to fill up in a flash. On the left side of the Switch, a hidden microSD card slot acts as storage platform for your digital downloads, but it's only available through one means: when you buy the NES Mini from Amazon.

Larger MicroSD memory-cards (read: more than 32GB) start to add up more quickly, each manufactured in different sizes, and demand for each storage type is soaring. Amazon won't sell you a larger card of the same footprint, leaving the Switch up 1.6GB for longer-term storage. Just in case you long for more than a reasonable eShop passdown, the MK9000 we reviewed here will do the trick.

Needless to say, whatever you do, you're sure to get around to downloading some discount games this year. If you want a well-rounded slate of top Nintendo titles on this year's day-one lineup, five more big titles continue to release in the first three weeks of advanced sales. So head over to our reviews of the Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in advance of the holidays.

From companies eager to extract as much as possible from dedicated Switch games, to publishers staking everything on their lengthy holiday 2017 slate (see Scribd's 2017 Top 100 Game Titles), we get a wealth of Switch news and data in better days than these to hit. Amazon's concept is awesome, as always. I can't wait to see it kick into high gear this holiday season.

You are invited to join us in the United States of America for what we call 6thDX. Vox's connectivity is key to our setup and a crucial piece of our station's medical instrumentation. As an end-user, you too have access to Vox's products and services through our VoxHub portal but we've been busy about how to keep integration simple and to create tools that are grafted electrically into your health care system super fast.

How to get VoxHub?

We're very excited about the second phase-we're adding WebIoT integration! WebIoT is a technology using your smartphone to access physicians via the Internet of Things. Using this technology in conjunction with VoxHub, physicians and patients can interact with each other directly from a single screen rather than having to pull out phone apps each time the next medical event comes up.

How do so many people currently use your station to secure their healthcare?

The Radiology Section of Brigham & Women's Hospital has been able to extend Vox
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