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  • Nintendo Switch Lite

    by Nintendo
    Handheld only version of the Switch. Lighter, more portable, 5.5-inch 720p screen, quoted 7 hour battery life. Lacks rumble feedback and IR sensors and games need to support handheld mode. Can attach to Joy-Con controllers wirelessly.  
    Release date:   SRP: £160.00  
  • Microsoft Xbox One X

    by Microsoft
    The 8-core Custom 2.3GHz AMD CPU inside the Xbox One X, together with 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory and 6 Teraflop GPU for 4K gaming, plus 8Gb of flash memory and a 1TB hard drive make this the most powerful games console on the market when it launches November 7th 2017.  
    Release date:   SRP: £449.99  
  • Nintendo Switch

    by Nintendo
    Hybrid portable/home console with detachable controllers and NVIDIA Tegra processing.  
    Release date:   SRP: £279.99  
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  • Nintendo 3DS XL

    by Nintendo
    Nintendo's revision of their 3DS XL handheld console now features an upgraded processor, a C-stick for camera control, and Amiibo support.  
    Release date:   SRP: £179.99  
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  • PS TV

    by Sony
    Sony's mini console, designed to play Vita, PSP and PS One classics.  
    Release date:   SRP: £84.99  
  • Microsoft Xbox One

    by Microsoft
    The next generation games console from Microsoft.  
    Release date:   SRP: £430.00  
  • Sony PlayStation 4

    by Sony
    Sony's newest home console takes on Microsoft's Xbox One head on with competitive pricing and an impressive spec sheet.  
    Release date:   SRP: £349.00  
  • Nintendo Wii U

    by Nintendo
    Gaming Console.  
    Release date:   SRP: £250.00  
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  • Ouya

    by Ouya
    We’ve outfitted OUYA with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage (expandable via USB). So don’t hold back.  
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