The Nintendo Switch OLED Model is both a big upgrade and a half-measure

Even when the Nintendo Switch launched in 2017, it was a dinosaur. In terms of raw horsepower, it was far from cutting edge; the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ran circles around it. But that was fine, because thanks to the Switch, we could play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the subway.

Soon, though, the luxury of playing a major console game on the go was no longer enough. Since then, there have been calls for an enhanced version of the Switch that could tackle more intensive games and deliver higher performance. Then the rumors started, reaching a frenzy earlier this year, following reports that Nintendo would soon announce
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