Nintendo finally introduced their long-awaited HD console, the Wii U, complete with showing off their iPad-like touch screen controller.
The screen on the controller is a beast at 6.2-inches, and can be used for such things as calling your plays in "Madden" straight from your touch screen, that way your opponent can't take a look into your playbook. Also cool is the fact that you can start a game playing off of your TV screen, but then switch at anytime and finish your game by playing on the screen of your controller while someone else in the room changes the channel and watches the Heat take on the Mavs. In addition, the Wii U controller features an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a rumble feature, an inward-facing camera, a microphone and speakers.
Other Wii U details include: