Nintendo, who are close to launch a new Wii 2 console, is also set to launch a 6.2″ touchscreen which we first saw during a recent Sharp visit in Japan.
The screen which we believe will allow 3D viewing will be manufactured by Sharp.The tablet type device will have a camera so that gamers can see each other in a small window on the screen.
According to tech radar, the device has eight buttons and twin analogue sticks.
The launch of the new Wii 2 is set to happen in the second half of the year with September tipped for a launch in Australia. Currently Nintedo is discounting out the current Wii console in several Countries.
Codenamed Project Cafe, Wii 2 is set to be unveiled at E3 this June with speculation suggesting HD gaming, 3D compatibility and a Blu-ray drive might be included in the device.