Mas del supuesto insider que dijo que la maquina tendria componentes que serian X2 y otros X5.
This is one of the more relevant question to ask me, when i talk about "experience", "feelings".
To be perfectly honest, it was not on the "amagad the Matsushita M2 will blow away the N64 !!!! look at this car demo !" nivel. It was not the typical feverish and a bit delirious kind of state that we all knew when reading leaks about the power of a new console back in the 90's for example. Of course, my sources are mature adults so it must explain a part of this more reasonable level of enthusiasm.
Still, they appeared very interested by the hardware possibilities. It was not a disillusion. More a "we are busy trying to figure/optimize ways to use well the features of the Wii U". I had also the strong impression that A LOT (maybe more than in other consoles in the same time frame before their launch) is still in flux, and could be optimized. The fact that there is at least one additional display bring a lot of variables, of stretch, when estimating the guts of the hardware. It would be easier to gauge it with a game rendered in just one screen, like "ok, the resolution, the fps, the poly count, the new effects, etc, are clearly a leap ahead on this screen displaying the Wii U version than on this Xbox 360 screen". But if you calculate a second scene displayed at the same time on the tablet with a noticeable resolution, it's pretty different.