By Spencer .
September 25, 2013 11:07am EDT Nintendo has revealed its new GamePad controller.
The device has an IR blaster, a built-in NFC reader, and a touchpad that can be used for input of games.
It’s powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor and a 5.5-inch display.
It’s an interesting addition to the console lineup, as the Wii U Pro has the same controller as the 3DS, but its touchpad is different and doesn’t have an IR Blaster, meaning it doesn’t work with Nintendo’s other consoles.
There’s also a touch-sensitive sensor on the side of the controller that’s used to adjust the brightness of the screen.
There are two versions of the Joy-Con.
The Pro is compatible with the Wii Remote and GamePad controllers, and it has a wider range of buttons than the Classic.
The Classic has more buttons, but it also costs more.
Both models will launch on November 11, but the Pro has a November 10 release date.