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Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi White

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Also known as a video game console, this is a device that outputs a video signal to display a video game e.g Xbox, PS4. The term game console is used to distinguish a machine designed for consumers to use for playing video games on a separate television.
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Included since: 15 Mar 2007
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Long product name Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi White :
The short editorial description of Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi White

Wii, white
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Short summary description Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi White:
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Nintendo Wii, Wii, 512 MB, IBM PowerPC, DVD, SD, 802.11b,802.11g
Long summary description Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi White :

Nintendo Wii. Platform: Wii, Internal memory: 512 MB, Processor model: IBM PowerPC. Optical drive type: DVD, Compatible memory cards: SD. Wi-Fi standards: 802.11b,802.11g. Colour of product: White. Weight: 1.13 kg, Width: 157 mm, Depth: 215.4 mm

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-02
Testseek has collected 73 expert reviews for Nintendo Wii and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
83%
Source Review comments Score
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
When Microsoft and Sony were looking into the future, they saw faster, slicker, bigger. When Nintendo peered in, they were giggling uncontrollably and fighting over who was up next. No hi-def graphics, no next-gen video formats and not really any sign...
Bottom line Pure fun in a box. Get some friends round and swing your Wiimote until the early hours...
100%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
How can one be given an Nintendo Wii to review with time up your sleeve over Xmas and not get right into it. The results? Well….. Does the Nintendo Wii live up to its reputation? On our very last day in the office a gift arrived in the form of a revie...
100%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Nintendo may have lost out to Xbox and PlayStation in recent years, but now its out to reclaim the space under your telly. Put simply, this is the most innovative games console ever. If youre tired of playing all the same-old same-old games like Ki...
Good Unique control system, Fun, unusual games, Compact size...
Bad Some disappointing titles...
Bottom line Wii is the games console weve been waiting for. Demand one this Christmas!...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-14
When Microsoft and Sony were looking into the future, they saw faster, slicker, bigger. When Nintendo peered in, they were giggling uncontrollably and fighting over who was up next. No hi-def graphics, no next-gen video formats and not really any sign...
Good The most fun gaming experience ever. Motion-sensitivity better than PS3’s tilt joypad. Great price. Sega classics available to download online.
Bad Basic, standard-def graphics. No multiplayer online gaming. Not all games suit the format. No DVD playback.
Bottom line Pure fun in a box. Get some friends round and swing your Wiimote until the early hours...
100%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Next generation games console from Nintendo lands in the UK...
Good Small, cute, interactive, cheap, innovative...
Bad Graphics, lack of home entertainment features...
Bottom line Although the graphics arent up to what gamers will be expecting for a next generation console, the gameplay and its interactivity will have you jumping around the living room with joy...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
For sheer playability, theres no console better than the Wii. Its former codename, Revolution, describes it superbly. The motion sensitive controllers are just that, and with the addition of extra controllers such as the Wii Fit Balance board, Nintend...
Good Great playability, included Wii Sports is compelling, Unique controllers, Easy-to-use menu system and media functions...
Bad Graphics cant compete with the Xbox 360 and PS3, Games still expensive, Opera browser not included as standard, Needs Flash upgrade, Media functions could be better, Poor battery life for controllers...
90%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Wii has to be the first games console to get you up off your rump and onto your feet. Wii Sports, the game that comes bundled with the hardware, will have you swinging your arms around, punching your fists and, if youre not careful, bumping into...
Bottom line Is Nintendos Wii the revolution its codename was intended to imply? Well, Nintendos own DS has already targeted casual and older gamers, so theres nothing new there. The Wii brings some social networking technology to the table, but its presentatio...
90%
uk.askmen.com
Updated:
2014-05-15
To put it simply, the Wii is a revolution in video game control and design. The Wiimote and Nunchuk will take a while to get used to if you were raised on a steady diet of D-pad controllers, but getting past the learning curve is quick and worth the effor...
85%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Nintendo Wii was a revolutionary console when it went on sale in 2006. With it, Ninty showed that you don’t need consoles with NASA nano technology and high definition graphics to ensnare gamers and all their friends and family: just an easy to...
Good Small footprint, SD card storage, backwards compatibility...
Bad Doesn't play DVDs, no HD output...
Bottom line Small, cheap and cheerful: as unobtrusive a gaming set top box as you could hope for...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Nintendos next-generation console is finally here, bringing significant advances to the gaming world. While it lacks the HD (high-definition) graphics, hard disk and Blu-ray Disc drive that distinguish the upcoming Sony PlayStation 3 (dont expect t...
Bottom line Those looking for HD graphics and Blu-ray capabilities should wait for the PS3. But we think the Nintendo Wii, a fun console with a refreshingly different controller, will have a wide appeal – especially among casual gamers. Danny Allen and Robin Mo...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
The Wiis ridiculously enjoyable titles and innovative, motion-sensitive controllers help make it feel more like a toy youll want to share with a group of players than a console youd use strictly on your own for hours on end. If you have a group of f...
Good Enjoyment factor, intuitive and tactile controls, design, user interface, affordable...
Bad Graphics and system power not up to standard of competing consoles The Final Word The Wiis ridiculously enjoyable titles and innovative, motion-sensitive controllers help make it feel more like a toy youll want to share with a group of players than a...
Bottom line The Wiis ridiculously enjoyable titles and innovative, motion-sensitive controllers help make it feel more like a toy youll want to share with a group of players than a console youd use strictly on your own for hours on end. If you have a group of f...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
If you like to do exercise, throw, shoot, and twat things over the head, without actually leaving the confines of your lounge, then the Nintendo Wii is a really rather agreeable console.Since its arrival on the UK gaming scene in 2006, the Wii has esta...
Good Innovative motionsensitive controller. Family fun for everyone!...
Bad Alienates the hardcore fraternity. Only standarddef visuals.
Bottom line If it's good enough for Jamie Redknapp, then it's good enough for us. Just don't mention the lack of hardcore games...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
The Nintendo Wii is a fifth generation home video console that was released after Nintendo GameCube. Its noticeable feature includes wireless controller and Wii remote. Currently, it competes with seventh generation console of other leading consoles in...
Good The Wii’s innovative motion sensitive control system has redefined video games, or at least carved a new niche within the hobby by making avid gamers out of people who wouldn’t know a joystick from an egg whisk. Affordable and simple, this is...
Bad But there’s a downside to Nintendo’s pursuit of this new demographic - it has sidelined the hardcore gamers that were its previous bread 'n' butter audience. Whilst the Wii is well served when it comes to short, simple mini games and m...
Bottom line While there’s little to tempt old-school enthusiasts seeking eye-popping visuals and in-depth single player games, the Wii’s trailblazing motion controls make it a top tech toy for young and old alike.Best offers for the Nintendo WiiMarks and...
80%
avforums.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
So, the wait is finally over and - unless they've wrapped their consoles to pop under the Christmas tree - the Wii U is finally in the hands of UK gamers. Following on from the huge success (in terms of units shifted) of the Wii - which was supposed to be...
Good Unique multifaceted controller, Simple to setup, Well built, Offers ingame chat on a Nintendo console, Easy to navigate menu structure, Miiverse social connection, Accessible and well stocked eShop...
Bad Low battery life for GamePad, GamePad range potentially very limited, Basic edition's memory is meagre, No crossgame chat...
70%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
We’ve spent rather too much time wiggling the Wii’s remote control in front of the TV, and are familiar with its sleek, Apple-like, design. The only clunky-feeling element is the sensor bar that sits on the TV to receive infra-red remote signals. Unli...
Good Apple TV 2.2 Star rating: Apples TV project integrates into your home brilliantly, but is quite pricey...
Bad Apple TV 2.2...
40%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
a refreshingly different home games console: A bit of an odd review, this one, and we should fess up at the start. Weve not had a Nintendo Wii to review on our own testbed. Instead, we were invited to a house in...
0%
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