They wouldn't be able to release a proper "console" until late 2016 at the earliest anyway, Nintendo is super slow in being able to do anything.
They will release a Fusion handheld/home use hybrid in late 2015 IMO, one that will enable them to port certain Wii U games so they can double dip and expand sales of some of those games that were held back by the low Wii U userbase.
Their big play will be that QOL platform thing, those two platforms are likely where they are focused on behind the scenes.
I think Wii U actually will probably be their last traditional home console anyway to be honest. Their next "home play device" will just be their next-gen handheld chip (whether you can play directly off the handheld to the TV or need a hub to do so, who knows).