The Nintendo 3DS is back in stores, but it’s not a full console: it’s a handheld.
That means it’s only got one full-size, glossy screen (and one full sized, glossy display), with the ability to tilt, swipe, and zoom.
The console will also only have one controller, a Wii U GamePad, and a single HDMI port.
All this makes the Switch the first handheld to be built entirely from scratch, and it’s one of the first to ship in North America.
What you’re looking at here is a Nintendo Switch, not a Wii.