A couple of months ago, we saw how a YouTuber created the world’s largest and functional PS5 console. Not to be outdone, another YouTuber by the name of Michael Pick has decided to do something similar, except that instead of the PS5, he has opted to create the world’s largest and playable Nintendo Switch console.

According to Pick, the reason behind him creating a larger version was because the smaller version was “easy to lose”. “I really like the Nintendo Switch. It’s small, it’s portable — but it’s really easy to lose. And for me, that was a problem. So, I decided to fix that by making something that was just a little bit larger.”

We’re pretty sure he’s half-joking but the results are impressive. The larger version of the console actually ends up measuring 70-inches by 30-inches and weighs a hefty 65lbs. Given its size compared to the regular version of the Switch, this is about 650% bigger. The best part is that it is functional, although the Joy-Cons can’t be detached, nor does it feature a touchscreen, but it does have a 4K display thanks to the TV unit being used as its display.

It’s still a pretty cool mod and according to Pick, he will be donating this massive console to the Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital located in Memphis, Tennessee.

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