Yes, I'm here, for the one member who remembers me.
And no thread for this? You bunch of very un-Nintendo loons.
So, Eurogamer are very confident in their sources here, which means it's likely true. Allow me to express some thoughts:
I think the presented design is a really, really stonking one. I think the use of a Tegra chip is uncharacteristically savvy for Nintendo and it's another case of Nintendo slightly innovating in the console space by reapplication of existing technologies. However, in this case, nothing about the NX strikes one as a gimmick. This is a product that is a timely and modern response to the current market.
We're talking a unified, tight, desirable all-in-one Nintendo system with typical Nintendo console quality software that is totally portable and plenty powerful for it's purpose. It'll be ideal for local multiplayer considering it readily comes with two controllers and can be transported very easily.
Their online systems up to this point have been pitiful, of course. Presumably, the online system will be vastly improved factoring in their partnership with DeNA, so we're talking convenient access to a huge library of old Nintendo games presented in a way that you'd perhaps consider purchasing directly from them, rather than emulating on something else. Free online play will remain, one hopes.
And I hope other yet-to-be-revealed details all similarly align in such a promising way, but this is an unusually responsive and forward-thinking Nintendo. They're fighting back. As ever, the success will be measured in software (and sales, I guess) but it's looking very impressive indeed.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild in your handbag, aye? Sounds quite nice.
Dude yuor totally awesome. And i won't be killing you anytime soon.