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Non-ferric metal conduit (NMFC) is one of the most common metals in the world.
A key component in the design of most electronics, it can be used to form conductive wires for computers, television, wireless devices, and even electrical wires.
The problem is that many of these cables have a tendency to corrode.
In addition to being more prone to corrosion, it is more susceptible to being corroded by the environment, which is why most new electronics manufacturers use NMFCs in place of the traditional copper or brass ones.
Now, Nintendo Switch’s new Metal Cable Edition is the latest example of Nintendo introducing new Metal Components to its new hardware.
This new series of cables has been created specifically for the Switch.
They are made of a non-fibrous material called ‘Metal-Teflon’, and feature a high-quality metal core and a thin layer of glass that is extremely resistant to corrosion.
While these cables do not use a copper-coated cable, they do feature a plastic coating.
This is a nonconventional material, and it will not be used in the Nintendo Switch.
The material is made from the natural gas found in natural gas fields.
These cables are intended for use with Nintendo Switch and have been designed to last for several years.
Nintendo has yet to reveal the price of the Metal Cable, but it will be a limited edition of just 50,000 units.
The Metal Cable has been designed for use in the following Nintendo Switch systems: Switch, Switch Pro, Switch XL, Switch, 3DS, Wii U, Wii, WiiU, NX, and Switch Mini.
Nintendo’s Metal Cable is also coming to the Wii U and Wii U Pro, as well as the Nintendo 3DS.
For more information on the new Metal component, read our detailed review of the original Nintendo Switch product.