New Nintendo trademark for HAT-001 filled in Korea, possibly related to Switch

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Oct 26, 2017
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http://rra.go.kr/ko/license/A_b_popup.do?app_no=201817210000031680

Description says that it contains wireless devices.

What's more interesting is the product code, the Switch product code is HAC-001.
Here's some previous product codes from 3DSBrew (https://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/Serials#Console_Serial_Numbers)


You'll notice that the original 3DS was CTR as per the Citra code name, while the New 3DS and subsequent revisions kept ta similar name (KTR, FTR)

So, could this be a Switch revision or some other product? Keep in mind that -001 is reserved for the main consoles usually, and any higher numbers are used for accessories.

Credit for the find: http://gbatemp.net/threads/new-revision-nintendo-switch-soon-hat-001.496523/
 
Oct 26, 2017
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Somewhere. I think.
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Finally, Team Fortress 2 on Switch!!

Serious: curious what this could be about. I remember the Switch having two different sets of code names, or am I mistaking it with another Nintendo platform?

HAC stands for Handheld and Console (well, not sure if this was confirmed, but this seemed like the surest of bets), but HAT... Handheld and Tablet? Seems redundant.
 
Nov 22, 2017
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Oh shit reopen the Hat in Time thread it's on now

For real though, it reads like an SKU so I'm hoping for a cool dock or something
 
Dec 11, 2017
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Finally, Team Fortress 2 on Switch!!

Serious: curious what this could be about. I remember the Switch having two different sets of code names, or am I mistaking it with another Nintendo platform?
As far as I remember, even back in the "NX" days, it was going around as either HAC or HACS.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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Switch:

It's a super trendy hat
It's a tight rope for an acrobat
It's a net for catching butterflies
It's what we use for exercise
 
Nov 29, 2017
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Coming from Korea I don't think it's going to be anything really important to be honest. All Nintendo Releases are late to the party there. The Switch released on December 1st in Korea, unless it's a specific thing for Korean Users I have no idea of what it could be. But a MAIN NITNENDO PRODUCT? I think we need to discard that.

Hope I'm wrong, though
 
Nov 29, 2017
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So basically, a devkit/test unit.
Yeah, seems solid. Devkits after all share similar codenames and trademark patterns. So... If it's a new devkit.... It's a special devkit for korean developers for Switch? That makes sense having in consideration how Nintendo sees future in Korean mobile games being ported to switch.
 
Nov 22, 2017
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So basically, a devkit/test unit.
Yeah, prob. The only thing throwing me off is the table you found shows HAT003 as the cradle. The instructions I found show HAT002 as an actual dev Switch. I don't see any "cradle" mention in 002.

So, would HAT001 be the whole package?
 
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