Playdate is a handheld designed by Panic. It has unique controls, a 'season' of games and is an open development platform.
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. An almost completely backward-compatible home console, the Evercade Vs., released in late 2021.
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.
Stream games are those designed to be played by viewers on streaming platforms (i.e. Twitch). The streamer initiates the game, viewers join, and watch the events play out.