THe problem I would see is content. Sure Nvidia can put in a beefy arm processor and a 1060 or what have you into a box and have the hardware side done. But what games are going to be on it ? People complain about MS's lack of exclusives but it would leagues ahead of whatever Nvidia can muster. They would either have to buy up exclusives or start their own game companies . I don't see either of those being a win for nvidia just a financial burden. Now what I could see is happening is Nvidia being the tech behind another group releasing hardware. Say Apple or Google. Nvidia can either license a full soc to them like they did to Nintendo or they can liscense a gpu design. Say apple using their own cpu and pairing it with an nvidia gpu. But I don't see it happening. Apple is making more than enough on games through the app store and the vast majority of those games wont translate to home consoles. I also don't see google. The company I see trying would be Amazon. They have a few studios now and have lumberyard. They also have their fire tv line up. So I could see them making a higher end fire tv . Right now they have the stick at 40 and tv at 70. So perhaps come in at $150 with their controller included. Get a newer edition of Tegra than what is in the switch and run their custom fire os ( an offshoot of android). If they come in more powerfull than the switch they can get a lot of ports from that system.