The Switch fits pretty easily in most of my pants pockets. I don't think my pockets are exceptionally large. If it doesn't, then the Joycons slide off and you could make it work. And, there's the Switch Lite as well.
We don't really need to wait for reviews, because it's a PC. We know what it is and what it does. Even assuming it could run most steam games well, I struggle to see the market for this thing. Its advantages over a gaming PC would be price and portability, and with portability being a pretty marginal improvement, it seems like the market would be pretty small.
Mine doesn't fit into any of my pockets without it sticking out like a sore thumb, and even then, sitting down with it in a stuffed pocket isn't an option for me, not without breaking the joycons.
Well we do, yes we know it's a mini PC, but the device still needs to go through the process like every other product out there.
I can see you and some others here struggle to see who it's aimed at, but I don't really have that kind of issue, because I know it's the sort of device I've been wanting for quite some time now, so I know it's aimed at me. Someone who wants to use the device around my house, along with the ability to plug it into a monitor/TV and use it like I would my PC, but I have no desire to shift my desktop around the house, and I'd love to be able to take the Deck with me on trips and be able to plug it into another tv/monitor and use it as I wish (gaming or non gaming).
I say we give it time, a few years at best to see where the device goes.
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