...I'm not even sure what you're trying to prove here. I can pull a $100 cell phone from my pocket that runs Netflix, Spotify, Twitter, messaging/chat applications, four separate browsers, a photo manager, and voice commands...all on a measly ARM-based 4-core CPU (hell, less than that, actually). Those things aren't really a matter of having a terribly powerful device, which is, y'know, what this thread is about. The shit phone I just pulled out my pocket is not very powerful. And I can stream games on my PS Vita (...well, at least until August 15), which ain't a powerful device. You keep pulling out this list as if it's evidence, when it doesn't really have any bearing on the discussion of this thread. If, on the other hand, your argument is "Nintendo ought to make a greater effort outside of their hardware to provide better multimedia-gaming services," then cool. I agree. That's not this topic, though, and providing this list as a riposte isn't even an answer for this thread; it's a non-sequitur.
I'm talking about business.
Again, this is a statement in search of a point. If you're not saying it was a hardware issue, then you're saying it's a focus of Nintendo separate from their hardware choices. If you're saying it's a hardware issue, you're wrong.
Many of my list of features aren't just CPU or a RAM memory in a box. Read them again, that's why a posted it to you twice.
If you think that Nintendo just need to "hire someone" to pull off services like Playstation Now and Playstation movie/TV rental and cloud computing processing (those are some of the things I put on my list) I just disagree with you, end of story.
When I say that the home console market includes x86 architecture, I'm just stating a fact. X86 is distiction feature. You find it on PS and X that are the only traditional home consoles in the market (or aren't they not? ask any research firm that analyses this market). I'm not saying anything wrong nor saying that x86 is intrinsically necessary to deliver any feature. But it's clearly a feature of distinction since Nintendo doesn't deploy x86.
You must be reading my posts with some sort of console war mentality against my viewpoints like I'm supposedly a "Nintendo hater" that is blinding you.