Online gaming publication IGN have managed to get hold of some more information regarding Nintendo’s next home console which is currently titled Project Cafe.
Apparently the system will launch late this year somewhere between mid-October and early November. The console is set to retail for$350 and $400 based on manufacturing costs, and will ship from Taiwanese manufacturer, Foxconn.
According to IGN Nintendo are still undecided on the name of their next generation console but they’re considering calling it ‘Stream’ presumably because of the game screen which is reportedly built into the controller.
The console will apparently be around the same size as Microsoft’s Xbox 360 but will look like a modernized version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and will be slightly more powerful than Sony’s PlayStation 3.