Part of the reason the Nintendo Switch is so popular is due to the fact you can hook it up to your TV or take it with you when you’re on the move – however, you’d be lucky to fit this giant Switch in your car, let alone your pocket.
Michael Pick, a space software engineer, has created the largest playable Nintendo Switch which boasts a 650% bigger display than the original. It also weighs 65 pounds, measures 70 x 30 inches, and has a 4K resolution display.
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