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The Nintendo Wii gaming console coming from the home of gaming entertainment Nintendo can be called as the direct successor of Nintendo Game Cube. The seventh generation gaming system arrives carrying along with it, the wireless controller, Wii Remote and WiiConnect24 that are capable of receiving messages and updating over the internet in the standby mode.

Launched first in 2001, the gaming console Nintendo Wii was later modified in 2003, after a gap of two years. Nintendo DS directly influenced the Wii design, resulting in adopting it. Nintendo have succeeded in creating a record of heavy sales than its competitors across the globe. In many times, things have happened like crossing the sales that is more than the combined sales recorded by the competitors including Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in North America in 2007. This console is the smallest among the consoles came out of Nintendo with 44mm width, 157 mm height and 215.4 mm depth in its vertical orientation. Weighing 1.2 kg the Nintendo Wii is the lightest among the three major seventh generation consoles.Wii

The Nintendo WII was earlier coming out in white, black, silver, lime green and red, but now is also available in white. The Wii Launch package includes console, a stand to allow the console to be placed vertically, a circular clear stabilizer for the main stand, a Wii Remote, a Nunchuk attachment, with a one external main power adapter, two AA batteries and a composite AV cable. The game console Nintendo Wii also carries along with a number of internal features that are available from its hardware as well as software components.

Adam is a gadget expert and writes about the latest gadgets in the market. Find more about Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360

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