Nintendo has yet to give any system they ever produced a name that was better than "ok".
Except for maybe "Gameboy" was probably the only clever one. But pretty much every other name is completely stupid. "Wii" was like a new low... and then they double-downed on it with "Wii-U" for some reason.
What are you talking about? The Gamecube was aptly named as was the N64, DS and 3DS. N.E.S. was excellent as was Gameboy Advance. SNES wasn't greatly original, but then neither is Sony's Playstation 2 or 3 or 4. And Microsoft? Forget it. The first Xbox was the Xbox. Ok cool. But they followed up with their second system named Xbox 360? Why? It didn't really describe anything about the system itself. And then their third
system they named Xbox One
[???] proving, without a doubt, that Microsoft either can't add and/or can't count and/or has their collective heads lodged firmly up their back-sides[Windows 8/8.1/10 anyone?]. And lets not forget Atari with 2600, 5200, 7800, Lynx and the worst, Jaguar. And last Sega. Megadrive? Really? What the heck did the game system have to do with driving? And why was it "Mega"? Genesis was good and even though it was a failure, the 32X was aptly named, being a 32bit eXtension to the Genesis/MD. Saturn was out there[pun intended]. Dreamcast however was a very cool name.
Nintendo's system names may not win any awards for originality, but at least they put in some effort. And really, Nintendo and Sega are the only mainstream game system builders who have come up with good names IMHO.