Since its first launch in 2017, Nintendo Switch has had very little in the way of direct competition. Of course, Nintendo will always be that way type battling the likes of PlayStation and Xbox for attention, but the experience of its hybrid machine is vastly different from the standard & # 39; normal & # 39; found elsewhere.
That may change, however, as Dell & # 39; s Alienware sponsor unveiled a new device known as the & # 39; Concept UFO & # 39; Switch-like is unrealistic – you'll notice a central and remote control screen running on both sides, both complete with control rods, face buttons and a control pad positioned in parallel with switchch & # 39; s Joy-Con.
The UFO Concept has a pull which means you can roll the screen wherever you like, and uninterrupted controllers can access the center unit to create a full & # 39; hift & # 39; controller. Where have we seen that before?
It seems to take things up a notch; the screen is actually a Windows 10 tablet capable of playing your favorite PC games. Apparently, Alienware came up with a way to bring in a captivating fan base transformed by a switchch, and expanded on it to give players more juice on the go. The video below from CNET shows the console in the flesh, via F1 2019
The full disclosure of the new machine goes on air today, 7th January, 10am PST. You can watch it here if you are interested; Alienware says it is "always pressing what can happen in the arena" and will be "launching a new [i] new game, Concept UFO".
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