[Update 2: See here for more details on the console and tablet hardware, including many more photos.]
[Update: We now have a scant few additional details straight from Nintendo, as well as a few images in the gallery.
"A system we will all enjoy together, but made just for you."
Project Café's official name has been revealed as the "Wii U," which comes with a new tablet controller that includes a front-facing camera. Reggie explained that idea behind the console's title is to emphasize how players can play together, or stream content straight to a screen on the controller. The tablet controller will also be able to act as a separate 6.2-inch screen from your television, make video calls, browse the Internet, stream content such as photos and videos back to the TV, and interact with the Wii remote (with which the console is also compatible).
The Wii U will be arriving in 2012.
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