Nintendo Wii Power Tips for the Family
Nintendo Wii Console Specifications
Previously known as the Revolution, the Wii is the successor to the Nintendo GameCube. It's not a successor to its handheld DS Lite console. Unique selling points include:
Notable omissions include:
Dimensions are 44 by 157 by 215 mm, not including the bundled vertical stand. The Wii is based on a PowerPC chip running at 730MHz, and has a total of 91MB of RAM (including graphics memory). It has built-in 802.11b/g Wi-Fi.
The Wii was originally supposed to be connectable to the DS and DS Lite through Wi-Fi, to allow the use of the DS as an extra Wii controller, but the software side of this functionality isn't in place yet.