81OptometristLimeWed 15th May 2013 SCAR392 wrote: I think the defintion for next gen ultimately lies in the opinion of what one would consider next gen. It would also help to consider that if the 1.25 to 3.2Ghz rumor is true(I think it could be, because 3.2Ghz is pretty standard, and Nintendo has limited hardware in the past), then Wii U will be able to compete even more so than people are willing to admit, even in terms of power. We already established that clock speed is irrelevant when used independently to benchmark processing speed. You are taking a number that is current in the industry and using it, irresponsibly in my mind, as something Nintendo should attain to. It suggests to me that you haven't fully made up your mind about the position of the Wii U in the console lineup. You are what you eat from your head to your feet.