Price and launch date have not been announced. The console will compete with Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 3 and the Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360.
The double "i" intends to suggest the game controller's tall, thin white profile. The motion-sensitive controller will enable players to swing the remote, simulating play in a tennis, golf or badminton game, the company said.
More details are expected to emerge next month at the E3 conference and expo in Los Angeles, Calif.