yes, the nintendo seems to use same system on a chip, but will it have dedicated/separate gpu for extra performance
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2017The nintendo switch runs on the same SoCI meant the PS4.
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2017The nintendo switch runs on the same SoCAnd features 720p screen with 6 inches large display. Not my cup of tea. Its portable, yes, but I'd rather take PSP over that. Also, $300 price and expensive games... really, Nintendo?
I was looking forward to Shield console but I no longer have any idea what games would I play if I bought one. Tried some on my Android phone, figured out they're too primitive for me. No deep story, no real gameplay, just good old grind and paywalls everywhere. Or outright ridiculous prices. I'll stick to PC and Steam sales, getting AAA games for $5-15.
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2017Too expensive for what it is. For $50 more you buy a real console. Hardware too old too...The nintendo switch runs on the same SoC
Too expensive for what it is. For $50 more you buy a real console.
Hardware too old too...
Ok, I know Tegra X1 is a great SOC and 3GB of RAM are enough for a single task game, but after 2 years I wanted at least a new SOC, with Denver Cores or at least A73, not the old A57, on 16nm, not 20nm, a GPU based on Pascal Graphics, not the old Maxwell and yeah, at least 4GB of RAM,even 6,because it's supposed to be a gaming rig. Nvidia, this is a shame, to rebrand a product after 2 years when you can do much better...