The Wii compared to the NGC, N64, SNES (in its American version) and the NES.
The Wii console is the smallest computer to date. It measures 44 mm (1.73 “) wide, 157 mm (6.18”) high and 215.4 mm (8.48 “) deep in its vertical orientation, the equivalent of three DVD cases stacked together. The booth is included measures 55.4 mm (2.18 “) wide, 44 mm (1.73”) high and 225.6 mm (8.88 “) deep. The console weighs 1.2 kg (2.7 lb), making it the lightest of the three major seventh generation consoles. The console can be placed either horizontally or vertically. The prefix for the numbering scheme of the system and its parts and accessories is “RVL-” as the project code name was “Revolution.” Wii has a feature that is repeated in the design of the console, the SD cards, the power supply and all the plugs, and is one of the four corners of these objects are clipped. Citation needed
The front of the console features an illuminated slot embedded disks that accepts both 12 cm Wii Optical as GOD. The blue light in the disc slot illuminates briefly when the console is on and flashes when you receive new data through WiiConnect24. After the firmware update 3.0, the disc slot light activates whenever a disc is inserted or ejected. When there is no WiiConnect24 information, the light stays off. Slot light remains off during a game or when using other features. The two USB ports are on the back. The SD card slot hides behind the cover on the front of the console. SD cards can be used to upload photos, as well as backups of data saved for the games and download games from the Virtual Console. By using the SD slot to transfer the saved games, you must install an update. Updates can be initiated from the Wii options menu through an Internet connection, or by inserting a game disc that contains the firmware update. The Virtual Console is a digital download games which can not be used on any other system except for the home console. SD cards can also be used to add custom music to play, if there are files in the MP3 store. This utility appeared in games such as Excite Truck, and they used as background music for slide show photos of the Canal. Citation needed
Nintendo has shown the console and the Wii Remote in white, black, silver, lime green, and red, but only available in white. Shigeru Miyamoto stated that other colors will be available as soon as they overcome the difficulties in the supply of consoles .
Since the launch of the Wii, the package includes the console, which allows the holder console is placed vertically, a Wii Remote, one Nunchuk, Sensor Bar, a bracket for this bar, an external power adapter, two AA batteries, one composite AV cable with RCA connectors, a SCART adapter for European countries (component video cables and other cables are available separately), documentation and instructions for use, and in all regions except Japan, a copy of the game Wii Sports. citation needed
Nintendo plans to launch a version of the console with the ability to play DVD-Video. Sonic Solutions has been the firm chosen by Nintendo to include on your DVD player “CinePlayer CE DVD Navigator” in the future version of Wii. 25 While the software is used to enable DVD-Video functionality, Nintendo has stated that it “requires more than a firmware upgrade” to implement and that the functionality is not available as an upgrade option for current Wii Models . After announcing the DVD version for 2007, Nintendo has delayed its release to focus on producing the original console to meet demand.

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