Probably the dedicated home console of Switch would fit for the "pro" version. But i wonder how powerful it might be. Probably it will able to play the games on 1080p at 60 fps or even 4k but with the same graphic features. But with sacrifice of being " handled " . LOL if it's true that would be hilarious
Could a 4K hybrid device like a supposed Switch Pro cost at a reasonable price? If the PS5 and Xbox Scarlet are what they are rumored/confirmed to be, they could be in the $400-500 price range. I don't suspect a 4K device that can be taken on the go or played on a TV could cost less than $300 (or even $350) unless Nintendo is willing to sell at a loss, in which I doubt they would be, just to sell a console. If they ensured that the OG Switch would not sell at a loss, I am not sure if they are willing to steer away from that.
It could be like the original , a " hybrid" but the batteries will be one hours and half, the spec will not that great and the size will be bigger than this (to accommodate slightly bigger CPU/GPU and cooling ) . From what i see with how the lite version ended up with , it's safe to say the "pro" version will end up sacrifice some feature to get other feature. The reason why Switch able to be mobile because it has an old spec that can be considered low end and require less power tdp. Having powerful Switch version will make even power hungry , more bigger size and more expensive. By eliminating the the "hybrid " feature or the "handled " feature, Nintendo can go with higher spec for the pro version without worrying batteries, size, and price.