This console is interesting but not enough for me to preorder the system.
Nintendo stays with a resolution that is 19 years old.
A 6.2" screen is kind of large for 720p let alone any monitor, every screen 5" or larger is just usable at 1080p let alone a TV. I doubt it's that much harder to push 1080.
So a regular old school control with normal button is USD$80? The stock controls have the small buttons that the Steam controller has, passable for playing on the go but at home? Not sure.
To turn them into Wii controllers you need to buy an attachment. To turn it into some sort of comfortable controller (inbetween hanging onto both separately and the $80 separate controller.
I need to buy a microSD card for usable memory. My phone comes stock with 128gb, but whatever.
2 - 6 hours of use, on the go. I'm more interested in when it is 2 hours vs 6 hours.
Once again the only thing that is interesting is the Nintendo IP but I've not been interested enough in any single player game on Nintendo since the Game Cube. The Wii was good for party games.
The HTPC is better for party games.
I'll sit back and see how they work out in actual use.
The Mario games look interesting.