Still, Nintendo is optimistic about its new Wii U console which is equipped with an LCD controller. Nintendo aims to get their product on the market during the Christmas holidays since it's also a big shopping season. Nintendo had originally planned to launch the Wii U in November but due to many different problems and to help make a little more money, has pushed it to December all of Europe. Some of the rumors are that the main issue with releasing is the complicated Gamepad. It comes with 6.2 inch touchscreen display, front facing camera, motion sensor and NFC (near field communication) technology, and it's own power supply.
Customers will be able to play games on controller itself without using the main console. The controller will remain wireless, as stated by Nintendo. For now it seems that this push back in realease is going to hit only Europe, but so far it looks like the Wii U will still go out in the US on time (November). The US is one of Nintendo's largest markets and they will do their best not to dissapoint they most loyal customers.
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