The Exigent Duality
Handhelds, the end times - 04:59 CDT, 5/02/17 (Sniper)
I recently bought a video game system that was the handheld to end all handhelds. It had:
  • A massive, beautiful 16:9 screen
  • Stereo speakers, and a headphone jack
  • Lots of RAM
  • A powerful graphics processor
  • Full TV out support; simply detach to take the system on the go
  • Physical game media with tons of storage
  • Expandable storage via SD cards
  • Analog input, along with face buttons and triggers
  • Competitive online or local wi-fi multiplayer
  • Digital game purchases and downloads, and watchable trailers
  • Great first party support, with interesting third party games too
  • Rechargable lithium-ion battery

Here it is:

The Switch is a cool piece of electronics and I enjoy playing it-- but it's been done before. And the previous occasion, at least based on what we know of the Switch's upcoming library so far, had more interesting games (and looked way more sexy too).
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