41skywakeMon 18th Dec 2017 @MFD You missed my point entirely. I was simply making two observations about trends in tech both of which make something like the Switch inevitable. On one side of the equation we have mobile hardware which is closing the gap between it and full sized hardware. Largely because of a continued focus from chip makers on making more and more power efficient hardware in general. On the other side there are the displays we are playing games on. As I said in my earlier post we only got to the point where you didn't have to buy a high end GPU for 1080p/60fps PC gaming a few years ago. These days even 4K doesn't require bleeding edge hardware and 4K is far from in every house. The hardware is ahead of the displays we're playing games on. It'll probably continue to be ahead as I can't see 8K taking off anytime soon for consumers if ever. Those two trends add up to one thing. Mobile hardware that's increasingly close to what you can do on full sized hardware. Full sized hardware with more power than we actually need to render games on the displays we have. Eventually we will be able to have a XBOne X in our pocket, when (not if) that day comes I wouldn't be surprised if nobody cared that it wasn't the fastest machine you could possibly get. Some good Aussie musics: King Gizzard, Pond, The Avalanches "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"