This is a completely logical statement.
Fixed that for you. XD.
Looks like you share his sentiment, so I might as well explain it to you.
super6646, you are a self-proclaimed Xbox fanboy. This means that you will always own an Xbox. It's also well-known that the vast majority of AAA third party games won't be exclusive to any console. If there is such an exclusive against all odds, it's going to be because the console manufacturer paid for it; in such a case the processing power of the console wouldn't matter because the game is made in exchange for money.
Now hypothetically speaking, if Nintendo put out a machine that eclipsed the PS4 in horsepower and got all multiplatform games, would that somehow increase your interest in the Nintendo system? That's very doubtful because you already have a system that covers third party games. And you obviously don't care enough about having the best looking version of a game, otherwise you wouldn't have settled for an Xbox One. So in your case, the only things the Nintendo system would have going for it, would be Nintendo games and third party exclusives, both of which would exist regardless of the specifications of the system. But since the console is powerful enough to get all multiplatform games, it's a $400 machine. You aren't interested in paying that much money for a few games, otherwise you would already own a PS4.
The other scenario is that Nintendo makes a less powerful system that doesn't get any AAA third party multiplatform games. So in your case, the only things the Nintendo system would have going for it, would be Nintendo games and third party exclusives. Does that sound familiar? It is exactly the same. This time, however, the system costs more in the range of $200-250 right out of the gate. That's certainly a more enticing proposal than the one above.
The final possibility is that you don't care about Nintendo games at all. In such a case, it doesn't matter at all what kind of system Nintendo puts out. You wouldn't be interested, no matter what it is.
But if you are interested in Nintendo games, then you should be for a cheap Nintendo console because it's illogical that you would want to pay for redundancy. You don't need two systems that get the same games.