The display feels like it's a new system in some respects, it totally takes a shit on the old display, OLED is just way better technology which creates much more vibrant visuals.
And the bezel less design plus the sharp looking white joycons scream "Super Switch!". That's the good part. The downside is you realize just how shitty some games look and how dated the chip is at the same time. So it's kind of like this conflicting feeling you get.
It would have been nice to have even just a 3DS XL type upgrade of the chip, something that at least allowed all games to run a stable 720p/30 fps locked undocked because the games that dip below 720p really are noticeable. So I mean if you have money to burn and play a lot undocked, I would bite, but if you need to be cost conscious and/or don't play a lot undocked I would wait for whatever model comes after this.
The Tegra X1 has served Nintendo well, but it's getting really long in the tooth and you feel it, this is a display that deserves a better chip under the hood, the day Nintendo moves on from this range of tech will be a good day for Nintendo gamers. Because this level screen with a 3x-5x jump in horse power is going to be so good together. By far the best display in a Nintendo portable device by light years. It leaves you wanting more ultimately, which I'm not sure is the feeling you want after spending $350.Last edited by Soundwave - on 11 October 2021