You forget that in Europe taxes are included in the price while in the USA it's tacked on when you cash out.
So a $300 Switch in the USA is actually around $320 US dollars.
Or a $500 PS5/XSX is actually around $535 in the USA depending what state you live in.
Nothing stops the switch train. Insane that there still hasn't been a price drop on a console this old. I have no doubt it'll end up as the all time best selling console. Hell if they just release a new Zelda, Mario, and Pokemon over the next 3 years that will probably be enough to get them there.
There’s plenty of wireless options for Switch. Nearly every single wireless PlayStation/PC headset works on switch docked. Steelseries and Razer make multiple headsets that use a USB C dongle instead that are meant for the switch. Then you have a bunch of Bluetooth audio adapters that work on Switch and PlayStation like the skull and co adapter among others.
Hell, Steelseries has what I believe is the only headset that’s not a million dollars that works wirelessly on PC/PS/SW/Xbox natively.
We are talking about general audiences, it's very obvious which demographics are missing from the Switch. The mindshare and who was interested or talked about the Wii is at least half different if not more so.
The only reason Switch may beat Wii is because they did nothing to retain the Wii audience as it started falling end of 2009 and collapsed at end of 2010. They also did nothing to shift to core gaming demographics.
The new age of youngsters is what's really holding Switch up otherwise it would be around ~45-50 million right now with the other demographics it has.
The Wii was hot but several gamer demographics were but a portion of that 100 million sold and kids were only like a third of it. The casual demographics from early teens to seniors and in between was insane and was THE reason it was as hot as it was for three years.
The audience buying switch wouldn't have brought 35 million Kinects switching from the Wii as the Wii audience did. Those demographics are gone
Nintendo tells me yesterday's Switch price drop was just for Europe (and the UK): “The trade price adjustment is for the European region only. There are no plans to change the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price for any Nintendo Switch model in the U.S.”