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What You Need To Know About The Wii U.

What You Need To Know About The Wii U.

The Wii U was announced at the last E3 conference as Nintendo’s next generation of home console. This article focues on what you need to know about the Wii U.

 The console is a replacement for the current Wii console and features a 6.2″ inch ipad style design tablet with a touchscreen. One of the impressive thing about this console is the well designed layout that will make it easy to use. It is hoped by Nintendo that this move will enable it package along many other new features with the console.

With size dimensions of 45 x 165 x 255mm, Nintendo has added another twist to the “slim war” race. Not only will the Wii U be smaller that the current Wii console but will also be smaller than the slim versions of the PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles.

The console features the following controls: two aeronaut buttons the “Zbutton and aeronaut button”, standard d-pad, two analog circle pads and a screen layout very similar to the Nintendo 3DS thus opening up the console for the different use. This also includes the possibility of new games as well as new styles of playing games.

The console is HD compatible and supports the following resolutions: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i. In addition the console comes packaged with a camera, a microphone, a built-in accelerometer and gyroscope, a sensor strip, stylus and twin stereo speakers. The Wii U also supports four USB slots, a disc drive, external USB drives and SD cards. In addition Nintendo recently confirmed that it’s motion controller will not be sold separately and the console will be backward compatible with games and accessories from the Nintendo Wii Console.

The Wii U hardware is able to support your gameplay either on the small screen or both the small screen and your TV depending on what you choose to do.

No price has yet been set for the new console schedule for release in the latter half of next year. We only but can hope that the price will not put off Wii lovers. Nevertheless the Wii U promises a much closer interaction with your gameplay. Whether as a player or you watching someone else play you cannot but be imperessed with the Wii U.

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