5 reasons why the Nintendo Switch will be better than the Xbox One and PS4 1.
The 'tablet', or Switch Console as Nintendo calls it, appears to have a screen of around 7in although, unlike the Wii U, it doesn't appear to offer touch input The clip shows the dude-bro plugging in what looks to be an SD Card-style cartridge, hinting that games will be distributed digitally and physically.
There's a bunch of other bells and whistles included too, including a built-in kickstand and a 3.
5mm headphone jack.
The oddly named Joy-Con controller can behave as a single game controller, slide onto the side of the tablet for a Wii U-like experience or be used independently as a makeshift miniature gamepad 4.
Nintendo will also release a Pro-style controller alongside the console.
Nvidia has confirmed that it will provide the grunt behind the Switch, claiming that Nintendo has opted for a custom Tegra processor to power the 2-in-1 machine.