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Wii – the next generation video game console

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  1. Wii – the next generation video game console Presenter: ahey

  2. Introduction • Wii (pronounced as the pronoun "we", IPA: /wiː/) is Nintendo's seventh-generation video game console. Previously known by its project code name of Revolution, it is the successor to the Nintendo GameCube and competes against Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3.

  3. Features • Wii Console: CPU: PowerPC based "Broadway" 729 MHz processor. GPU: ATI "Hollywood" 243 MHz GPU Main memory:88 MB Up to 4 Wii Remote controllers. 1 SD memory card slot. 2 USB 2.0 ports. 1 Sensor Bar port. 4 Nintendo GameCube controller ports. 2 Nintendo GameCube memory card ports. Compatible with optional USB 2.0 to Ethernet LAN adaptor.

  4. Features • Wii Remote :a wireless controller via Bluetooth, which may be used as a handheld pointing device and can detect motion and rotation in three dimensions. • Accelerometers in the Wii Remote allow it to sense linear motion along three axes, as well as tilt. The controller features an optical sensor, allowing it to determine where it is pointing

  5. More about Wii Remote • Similar to a light gun, the Wii Remote has a light sensor that allows it to detect where it is pointing in relation to a television screen. Wii Remote senses light from a sensor bar with LEDs being arranged at each end of the bar. The bar may be placed above or below the television, and must be centered. It is not necessary to point directly at the sensor bar, but pointing away from the screen itself will disrupt position-sensing ability.

  6. More about Wii Remote • Wii Remote's one-megapixel image sensor is used to locate the sensor bar's points of light in the Wii Remote's field of view. The known real-world dimensions of the spacing between the LEDs on the bar allows the Wii Remote to calculate its position and orientation in space relative to the bar. This information is in addition to, and supplemented by, the 3-axis acceleration and tilt sensors in the Wii Remote.

  7. Features • WiiConnect24 : enables Wii to receive messages and updates over the Internet while consuming very little electrical power

  8. Features • Wii Channels : the top level menu interface of the Wii game console. Separate channels are graphically displayed in a grid. Mii Channel Message Board

  9. Features • Virtual Console is a video game download service that is currently offered by Nintendo for its Wii gaming console. • It launched with the Wii system release on November 19, 2006 in North America and is expected to launch in Japan, Australia, and Europe when the system is released in those regions

  10. Wii Sports • Wii Sports is a video game produced by Nintendo for its Wii system. The game is a collection of simplified sports simulations that employ the Wii Remote to mimic actions performed in real life, such as swinging a golf club. The sports included in the Wii Sports package are baseball, tennis, bowling, boxing, and golf.

  11. Pricing • Wii console:$249.99 • Wii Remote:$39.99 • Wii Nunchuk$19.99 • Classic controller:$19.99 • Games: NES SNES N64 Mega Drive/Genesis $5 $8 $10 $8

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