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Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by lordelan, Oct 20, 2017.
No, just NO
Only revision I can see the Switch getting is a home-console-only version with a tad bit more power like the N3DS.
Switch is already big enough and doesn't need to be XL
I highly doubt Nintendo can compress the thing any more for a mini handheld-only version
A bigger screen is always nice, but I think more storage space (like 64/128gb) is a better upgrade.
Maybe joycons with a real dpad is also a nice option.
I would only want a XL, if they were only increasing the screen size. Prefer 18:9, since that seems like the future of displays. Otherwise, I would want a Switch Lite/Slim. As in, decrease that border around the screen.
They could increase the display to 1080p.
the size is fine, but i would rather a Switch with improved battery.
I feel like the screen should be more like a tablet, resolution and clarity wise. I'm not complaining but if they were to change anything that's what I would want.
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You need a higher power cable to power the switch in dock mode. Even if you remove the dock, for upgraded performance for a TV you would need the extra power that a standard charger won't provide except the type c standard, which is already being used and technically is a standard charger. Switch dock dongle already exists, and Nintendo wouldn't make it cheaper just because it's a dongle instead of a dock.
It's already got a huge back library, and it is still being supported with releases until at least the end of this year. You wouldn't want to give a kid a brand-new console anyway.
Rendering 720p to a 1080p screen would be pointless. And it's not going to render 1080p portable unless you upgrade the internals. Even if it did, the battery would drain much faster.
Might be expensive but...
Vlc type thing!
They miiiight put out something more child friendly in a year or two, depending on how pokemon does.
Yeah, with even more bitterness.
There's not a lot more they could do to child-proof it. Drops already wreck the joy cons well before they damage the main unit. It's really just a matter of whether you want to give a kid a $300 device or not. Get a protective case if so.
Some parents gladly hand their $800 iPhone to their kid, so to each their own I guess.
Even 1080p isn't really viable for VR unless you do a costly sub-pixel layout. So probably a $500 Switch to render 1080p N64 graphics in VR. They might as well just wait on Switch 2.
it can survive 1000 ft drop its plenty strong.
Sign my petition about ending all petitions, because no company in the history has ever cared about one.
I mean, local petitions are fine, especially for stuff like legalizing pot. Online petitions can disappear though, that'd be fine.
Are you guys aware of this?
There are many, many of those around the web nowadays.
Surprised it's not been mentioned (I think), but a better stand is essential, the current one is lousy and it falls over often
That's much cheaper than https://www.amazon.com/C-FORCE-Type-C-adapter-compatible-Nintendo/dp/B073WCSBY8