We can’t decide whether to call it a console or a portable. Honestly, the Nintendo Switch is a little of both. Dock its 6.2-inch, 720p touchscreen and it lets you play in HD on your TV. Grab it up, attach the Joy-Con controllers, and you’ve got a portable. Those same controllers can detach for multiplayer gaming, or just for wireless play when you flip out the screen’s kickstand. It’s powered by a custom Nvidia chip, has 32 GB of internal storage that’s expandable via MicroSD, promises up to six hours of play per charge, and gets the highly-anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a launch title. Arriving in stores March 3rd.

  • With 4K TVs becoming more and more commonplace, it only makes sense that gamers want 4K graphics to match. That’s exactly what the PlayStation 4 Pro will provide. A mid-generation update of the already-popular console, it has an upgraded CPU and GPU to let it support both 4K and HDR games. Most current PS4 titles will be able to upgrade to 4K via a simple patch, while newer titles will be developed to take full advantage of the new hardware. It also has a 1TB hard drive standard, will have 4K-compatible apps for services like Netflix and YouTube, and will enable better graphics for the upcoming PlayStation VR, as well. Coming in November.

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