This is silly, ofcourse is the switch lite not a hybrid, the av cables for the psp tou had to buy put of the box the switch is both console and handheld,i only use my switch as a console.
but ofcourse you know it better then nintendo.
You can decide to use your laptop only when it is connected to an external displaying unit if you wish, but that doesnt make it a stationary PC.
You can use your fingers to dig a hole, yet you dont have 5 shovels attached to your hand.
That means, just because A CAN be used in a way that B can be used, doesnt make A = B.
(Example: f(x) = x² and f(x) = x produce the same y at x = 1, but they are still different functions)
Nintendo can say many things if the day is long, but they dont have to tell the truth.
The hybrid thing is just a marketing thing, nothing more.
The PSP is a valid point, because it was intended by the manufacturer that it is able to be used that way.
Whether the cable is included right from the start or not doesnt matter.
For dedicaded gaming devices the following goes:
Handheld: must be usable in a portable contect, may be usable in a stationary context
Home console: must be usable in a stationary contect, must not be usable in a portable contect.
Lets turn things around, shall we?
Can you prove, why the switch is a hybrid?
And no, Nintendo saying so doesnt count.
And TV-play doesnt count either because both stationary and portable systems are allowed to do that without them changing their definition.
Do it based on the hardware inside the switch itself.Last edited by GamingRabbit - on 31 July 2020
... announced as a Home Console
... advertised as a Hybrid
... delivered as a Portable