Apple iWatch: Smartwatch Concept by Mark Bell
GAME BOY EVOLVED
With Nintendo’s recent announcement that their sales forecast for their fiscal year ending March 31, 2014 would miss their sales goals (by a lot), it seems it may be time for Nintendo to branch out and try some new things. So how about a tablet?
Justin Quinn has designed a mini tablet that he thinks would define the next generation of Nintendo’s handheld that is more powerful than the Wii-U, plays most apps, and runs legacy Nintendo hardware—a device that could potentially provide the sales needed for Nintendo to get through their current rough patch.
Here are the specs for Justin’s tablet:
- Screen: 5.3” (1080P), resistant to cracks and smudges
- Camera: 12mp (rear), 3mp (front)
- CPU: 2.4ghz Quad Core
- Storage: 16gb flash memory (2GB RAM)
- Connectivity: Most current WiFi standards, free 4G (up to 3gb per month)
- Price: $199
And who knows? Maybe Nintendo will see Justin’s design or Patrick Staudt’s ambitious version and produce a new handheld that redefines the company’s hardware vision.