Nintendo aren't in the specs game. Frankly, I don't think paying $299 for a 1.2 teraflop Xbox One represents incredible value from a specifications perspective either. I mean near the end of the PS3/360 era a similarly priced budget PC could very comfortably run games at more than double the resolution, double the framerate and with more options enabled, and until the release of PS4 Pro the similarly priced PCs are ahead again. Making a console with a screen for $299 is impossible without sacrificing on the silicon. After all, the cost to Nintendo for a screen of that size is probably around $60 or so, which on its own really cuts into the budget. I honestly wouldn't be that surprised if it was more than $299 just based on that fact alone. Also, they've said that the dock does not have any extra processing power. If you're going for the best visuals, go elsewhere. I won't criticise you at all since part of why I prefer PC is because I can choose to pay a little more for better graphics and framerates. But that's the tradeoff Nintendo has chosen. You are paying for the concept and Nintendo's first party output more than visuals or even third party content, since none of the stuff in the trailer is actually confirmed to be coming to the system and Ninty are usually terrible at third party stuff.