Nintendo teased us with a video of its new Switch console back in October and we've finally managed to run our excited hands over it.
It's essentially several gaming devices in one. Hook it up to your TV, and it's a standard living room console. Pull out the tablet part and you can continue playing your game on the go. You can then snap the controllers from the side, stand the screen up on a table, and turn it into a mini console and screen.
It's going on sale globally on 3 March and will cost $300, £280 or AU$470.
In this form, you can take the Switch anywhere you like -- the plane, the toilet, the bus -- and carry on playing your console games. Nintendo reckons the Switch will get up to six hours of battery life, but this depends on how demanding the game is.
The new Zelda game, for example, will only get three hours.