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The tech specs part of the article isn't very readible and I cannot understand what the author meant. Usx9 (talk) 11:46, 12 December 2011 (UTC)
The article is interesting, but yes, it needs rewriting.
pressure-sensitive touchscreen and touch-sensitive tablet - now what is it, a touchscreen or tablet?
to create to S-video output via Nintendo's RP2A03 PPU, an RGB-output-compatible "RC2C05-99" chip was added - the relation between S-video and RGB isn't clear to me. And the second PPU was "added"? So the thing has two PPUs? Well, theoretically, it might be so... using separate PPUs to output RGB and composite.
RGB video signals generated within the composite - what?
crisp clarity, crispy, clarity, prized clarity - well, one can't stress that enough. But are people really so impressed about it? I've never seen that RGB PPU myself, so I don't really know how the picture looks like. It should omit dot crawl, yes. But, as far as I know, the main difference should be that it uses a different (more colorful) palette than the normal NES PPU. My guess would be that most users are more impressed about those "wrong" (or "better") colors than about the picture's clarity.--2OO.3OO.2OO.3OO (talk) 22:41, 16 May 2012 (UTC)