"The 16nm X2 tegra Parker Switch iteration could give us 2x CPU, 2X the bandwidth, 2X the RAM(4GB to 8GB), and 1.9x the GPU performance using the same TDP wattage as the current switch in docked mode, and half the TDP wattage (from 15 to 7.5 watts) with up to 2x the battery life, in the best case scenario." https://www.resetera.com/threads/ni...a-pretty-significant-performance-boost.29013/ Nintendo chose, as the have done since post-GameGube, to go for the value option. There're just not interested in competing on performance and aim to make a profit on hardware rather than recouping hardware losses through software like with the Sony/MS console strategy. The most you will see from a Switch Pro is docked performance in handheld mode. They're not going to fracture their market, although I would really like to see the Switch 2 have full backwards compatibility with the Switch software, even if it's only digital titles.