So that's a thing now. I'm personally not really interested in the main gimmick - I like to play games at home, and I wouldn't want to risk lugging that thing along on commutes or holidays. And it looks huge, barely qualifies as a handheld. And I certainly don't feel the need to be able to play games every single second of my day. I guess they're trying to compete against mobile games in a way there?
Still, if the games are good I could just keep it as a home console. I wonder if Nintendo will ignore F-Zero for the third console generation in a row?
Now that I've had a bit more time to think about it, I might actually use the "handheld mode" to play games in the living room occasionally, outside my de facto game room. Might even get the wife to do some couch co-op.
Still, until I hear more about the games, I'm going to stay at "possibly interested". I'm not a huge fan of Nintendo's big first-party titles, but if they get solid third-party support...we'll see.