We knew for sure that other hardware manufacturers would try to bottle the Nintendo Switch lightening simply. And that’s precisely what Alienware did with the Concept UFO. Let’s find out more about this portable gaming PC.
It was uncovered at CES 2020, and it is a prototype of a portable gaming PC that comes with influences from the popular console of Nintendo. It comes with removable controllers, which can be attached to a grip to form a traditional gamepad. Of course, it runs on Windows 10, and users will be able to get access to their libraries on Steam, Epic Games Store, and uPlay.
The devices comes with an 8-inch screen with a 1200p resolution, which is an improvement if we are to take a look at Switch’s 6.2-inch, 720p display. The controllers can be removed, but they do not support two players like Nintendo’s console does. A 10th generation Intel processor is the power for the Concept UFO.
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It supports connectivity like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and it comes with two USB-C ports. It can also be controlled with a keyboard and a mouse if you find that easier.
There’s a full unveiling which will be live-streamed today. But right now, we don’t have any details about a possible price or a release date. We are talking about a concept, so not much to say yet. The Concept UFO has been announced when rumors of a possible Switch Pro have appeared, once again, on the internet.
There are so many reports around, especially coming from the past week, which suggests that an enhanced version of Nintendo’s console will be released this year. Dr. Serkan Toto, from Kantam Games, predicted that such a model would be launched by the end of 2020. Its possible price is $399.