Nintendo Switch is suffering from some connectivity issues with its Joy-Con controllers, according to several users. Now Nintendo has addressed this issue by releasing a list of objects that could be causing interference between the console and its controllers.
Among the list includes a lot of everyday objects, including wireless speakers, wireless access points, wireless headsets, wireless printers, microwaves, cordless phones, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and USB 3.0 compatible devices such as hard drives, flash drives, LAN adapters, etc. Nintendo also advises against putting the console behind the television, under a metal object, or near an aquarium.
By the looks of it Nintendo basically wants you to live in a cave where your Switch is the only thing in the room. It's unlikely that you won't have at least one of the things on the list close to the console. Having said that, the connectivity issues so far haven't been severe and in most cases you can consider this list to be cautionary rather than as a strict guideline.
You know I was being sarcastically referring to the Nintendo voip. Just saying!
but who does that? who skypes and plays a game at the same time? you either do one or the other, not both... if i was skyping someone and that someone is not paying attention to our conversation due to a game, i would hang up the call immediately.
Now how I suppose to call Skype while playing the switch instead of their shitty Nintendo voip service?