Playdate is a handheld designed by Panic. It features 1-bit graphics, a d-pad, two buttons, and a unique crank on the right side.
A reimagining of the Intellivision brand, headed up by the company's newest owner, Tommy Tallarico.
The Atari VCS is billed as a "PC/Console Hybrid," with the console side having its own online storefront and a selection of games and apps.
Sony's fifth PlayStation console launched on November 12, 2020 with two models: a standard edition with a disk drive and a digital edition without.
The fourth Xbox console from Microsoft launched on November 10, 2020 with two distinct models; Series X and Series S.
Amazon's cloud-based streaming service takes a "channel" style approach to access, with a basic monthly fee for the Luna core and additional monthly fees for more games from specific publishers.
Evercade is a handheld console that plays cartridge-based collections of retro 8-bit,16-bit, and 32-bit games.
Stadia is a streaming platform for games, powered by Google's cloud infrastructure.
Oculus Quest is a self-contained virtual reality platform from the makers of the Oculus Rift.
The Magic Leap One launched as a developer-focused "Creator Edition" in August 2018.