On Friday Google announced the latest addition to their Chromebook lineup -- the Pixel. It's a high resolution, higher price tag entry into the otherwise bargain basement world of Chromebooks that we just don't know what to do with. Sure, that display looks beautiful, and the idea of a touchscreen laptop is an interesting one, but the rest of the specs of the Pixel don't match up with its $1,300 price tag. There wasn't anything about the Pixel we really got excited about -- then we found out it accepts the Konami Code.
We've known about the Wii U for a while now, but it's been hard to get excited about it because of a lack of details about what the system will be capable of when it's released on Sunday. Nintendo just released a new 14 minute video outlining a lot of details, and well, we're still not that excited.