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Nintendo Wii Console Red  (Nintendo Wii)

Release Date: 11/07/2010


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Nintendo Wii Console Red
Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre: Hardware
  • Platform: Nintendo Wii


Used - No Retail Packaging / Box

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Price: $94.95


Used - No All other Accessories, No Retail Packaging / Box

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Price: $90.20


Used - No Retail Packaging / Box, No Wii Remote

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Price: $87.35


Used - No Retail Packaging / Box, No Wii Remote, No Wii Nunchuk

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Price: $79.76

The complete condition of pre-owned Nintendo Wii Console Red includes All other Accessories, AC Adapter, AV Cable or RF Switch, Retail Packaging / Box, Wii Remote, Wii Nunchuk, Wii Sensor Bar

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Nintendo Wii Console Red

The Wii with Wii Remote Plus Controller bundle is an expansion of the motion controlled video gaming revolution that Nintendo began with the release of the Wii console back in 2006. The bundle consists of a classic red Wii console, matching red versions of the ultra motion sensitive Wii Remote Plus controller, and a Nunchuk controller. The console supports all former controller configurations used by Wii and with the now standard advanced capabilities of the the Wii Remote Plus controller provides new and more experienced player with the ultimate new way to start or expand a Wii party in their homes.

As with every console, much of the buzz about Wii revolves around its specs. The Wii boasts 512 MB of internal flash memory, two USB 2.0 ports, and a slot for SD memory expansion. The system's technological heart -- a processing chip developed with IBM and code-named "Broadway" and a graphics chipset from ATI code-named "Hollywood" -- deliver stunning performance. And instead of a tray, Wii uses a single, self-loading media bay that plays both 12-centimeter optical discs used for the new system, as well as Nintendo GameCube discs. An additional, and often overlooked, benefit of the Wii is that it uses a fraction of the power of other current gaming consoles on the market, saving energy and money both when it is on and off.

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