Technical specifications of , Wii U,which is the new controller style games console from Nintendo , have been leaked allegedly by a Japanese developer. He says, that the new console from Nintendo will be 50% more powerful than the PS3 and Xbox 360.
As the website states:
More likely, that wii number is not representative of system RAM, but rather eDRAM and is in megabits (Mb) and not megabytes (MB)– meaning the device will likely have 96 or 128mb megs of memory interfacing betwixt the CPU and GPU — 10 times more than the 10mb of embedded RAM in the Xbox 360’s GPU. If that is true, then the Wii U should be capable of some pretty impressive visuals
Now things are starting to look a little more specific as some unconfirmed specifications seem to be leaked through one of the developers. In the words of the Wii U should see the following:
-QuadCore processor at 3 GHz on a PowerPC-based 45nm CPU (similar to Xbox 360)
-768 MB DRAM memory built into the CPU, which will be shared between CPU and GPU
-A still unknown 40nm graphics card based on ATI mechanism
According again to the source of information, the Nintendo considering releasing two versions, one with 768MB RAM and one with 1GB. The data were presented to developers last March so it is difficult even to guess whether they will meet in the final version of the console.