Not Uncharted, but Shadowgun THD running at 1080p through HDMI-out using the same SoC as the OUYA. Looks pretty damn good. Besides, the OUYA comparison was on the CPU, not the GPU. 42nm is larger than 40nm, which is going to mean a difference in speed, especially if the CPU(Wii-U) has fewer cores. And if the next-gen Sony and MSFT offerings come with something closer to S7 Ivy Bridge style setups, they're going to be much faster, even if they are dual-core, because they will have much smaller SCs, around half the size/distance between one another.
And here I was thinking the 360 controller came from the Controller S, which came from the OG XBox controller, which despite coming out a month after GCN, was in development before that.
Better for styluses? Put your resistive DS screen up against the S-Pen/capacitive screen from the Note series, see which is better. Hmm, I bet the one with the Wacom digitiser is going to come out on top. It's dated, it's garbage, resistive should be buried. Have fun switching from hardware buttons to a stylus.
I expect next-gen to be on par with THIS year's gaming PCs, especially if they wait 'til Q4 2013 or later to release them. Expect that tech to stretch further too, because they stop at 1080p, unlike PCs. I'm expecting ~2GHz DC/QC CPUs(30nm or smaller), ~2GB RAM(1333mhz DDR3), ~1.5GB Video RAM, SSD. It'll cool if we saw HVD media, but I expect no physical media at all, especially if they want to do away with used games.