Microsoft's Xbox One is faster, better, stronger, and has a concrete release date.
The $80 Android-based game console is on sale through several online retailers, including Amazon and GameStop.
The new handheld system is $40 cheaper than the Nintendo 3DS, and it plays all the same games, albeit without a 3D screen.
Assassin's Creed, Battlefield, Call of Duty, Dead Rising -- these are just the first four titles in the 23 Microsoft plans to have available at the launch of the Xbox One.
If you buy one of this year's hot titles on the Xbox 360, Amazon will let you trade it (and $10) in for its Xbox One counterpart.
Sure, the price sounds right, but with just 12GB of onboard storage, the supposed cost benefits disappear quickly.
Microsoft says the new gaming console has been delayed until 2014 in eight markets, including Russia and Switzerland.
The history of games hardware is sordid and complicated affair, filled with financial disasters.
If you want the best the Xbox One has to offer, you'll need an Xbox Live Gold subscription.