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Nintendo has just published its 2016 Annual Report, and tucked away alongside all of the numbers and figures you'll find some interesting titbits about the company's future products.

First up is NX, which was once again confirmed as coming in March next year:

Nintendo is also devoted to the development of a gaming platform codenamed "NX" with a brand-new concept, which will be launched in March 2017 globally.

Given that Nintendo has mentioned March again in relation to NX, it would be fairly safe to say that the console is now locked in for that release window.

The Quality of Life initiative - something set into motion by the late Satoru Iwata - still appears to be on the agenda:

Moreover, Nintendo is working on the development of a new product that improves people's QOL (Quality of Life) in enjoyable ways. Nintendo's aim is to enable consumers to make daily efforts to improve their QOL in a fun manner by making sleep and fatigue status visible and offering various services based on this information.

No release window was given for QoL, which would suggest we may not see it arrive until 2017 or even later.