They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it looks like as beautiful as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is, there are some who are more enamoured by a broken Switch with a Triforce carved into it. At least the only one of these in existence sold for nearly double the price of a working console.
The machinists at Waterjet Channel decided to commemorate the launch of the Nintendo Switch by destroying one in the name of art. More specifically, they made a video showing what it looks like when you use a 60,000 psi waterjet cutter to slice three symbolic triangles out of the new hardware.
Amazingly, the console holds up for a comically long time as it literally gets a significant-sized hole cut out of it (the Triforce of strength, obviously). And that's what happens when you try to destroy a Switch. This bodes well for them bonking about in the wild. One of the machinists called the Switch "possibly the most durable console you can buy right now."
This non-functional piece of art ended up selling for $565 on eBay. Comparatively, a new Switch goes for $300 (granted this ruined one still comes with functional peripherals, like the Joy-Con controllers and dock), meaning the machinists turned quite the profit with this audacious experiment.