Nintendo Switch is being marketed as a home console first and foremost, but it also serves as a handheld system that can be used for on-the-go gaming. However, because of its size and attachable Joy-Con controllers, it probably won’t fit in any of your pockets. It might be a good idea to invest in a carrying case like the one included in the special-edition version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo Switch will launch worldwide on March 3 for $299.99 in the U.S.

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    • If I do, it’ll be in a metal box with tons of bubble wrap inside! xD

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  1. If u take off the joycons and out them in ur other pocket then it shuld b easier to carry in ur pocket…oh and if u wear khakis to work then u shuld a little bit more deeper pockets.

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  2. If u take off the joycons and put those in a separate pocket then it shuld b easier to carry around. (and if u wear khakis to work then u shuld hav a slightly bigger pockets)

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  3. I will most likely keep the switch at home and not even attempt to put it in my cargo pockets (where my wallet and cellphone are already stored. Even without the extra stuff the device likely won’t fit in my cargo pockets anyway, similar to the guy with the skinny jeans. If for some reason I want the switch to leave home I will put it in a drawstring bag with my kindle ereader. But who knows I could change my mind.

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  4. I’ve seen the size comparisons, I know it will fit in my pocket, it’s only a little bit bigger than the 3DS XL. You just have to be not a total idiot like the guy in the picture – wear something with bigger pockets and remove the Joycons and put them in another pocket.

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  5. I wear cargo pants and have no problem carrying my 3DS in my pocket, and the Switch is not much bigger (minus Joycons). I could easily have the Switch in my cargo pocket and Joycons in my regular pocket.

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  6. No one should have been surprised by this. Even if I could put it in my pocket, it’s not leaving my house unless in a metal box with bubble wrap inside.

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