Nintendo Wii Console (Including Wii Sports) & Wii Play (Includes Wii Remote) & Wing Island & Wii Nun

Nintendo Wii Console (Including Wii Sports) & Wii Play (Includes Wii Remote) & Wing Island & Wii Nun

£304.94SendIt Deals
Found 17th Apr 2007
Bundle Includes:

Nintendo Wii Console (Including Wii Sports)
Wii Play (Including Wii Remote)
Wing Island
Wii Nunchuck Controller
Wii Classic Controller
Joytech Wii Power Station

Wii Console (white)
Wii Remote with strap
Wii AC Adapter
Wii Stereo AV Cable
Wii Stand
Wii Stand Plate
Wii Sensor Bar
Sensor Bar Stand
AA Battery
Wii Sports game (baseball, tennis, bowling, boxing, golf)
Approximately the size of three stacked DVD cases, Wii's elegant design makes it an inviting addition to your entertainment setup without monopolizing it. Thanks to the Wii Remote, you're given more freedom to place the console where it best suits your lifestyle.

Controls: Intuitive control for anyone using the physical motion of the main Wii Remote, which resembles a television remote control. Up to four Wii Remotes can be connected at once using wireless Bluetooth technology. The wireless signal can be detected within 10 meters of the console. Both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers include a three-axis motion sensor. The Wii Remote also includes a speaker, rumble feature and expansion port, and can be used as a pointer within 5 meters of the screen. The Wii Remote has a power switch, plus pad, A, B, Minus, Home, 1 and 2 buttons. The Nunchuk controller includes an analog control stick and C and Z buttons.
The Look: Wii features a compact design that will make it a natural addition to any television setup. It can be displayed either vertically or horizontally.
Media: A single self-loading media bay will play single- or double-layered 12-centimeter optical discs for Wii, as well as 8-centimeter Nintendo GameCube discs.
Communication: Wii can communicate with the Internet even when the power is turned off. This WiiConnect24 service delivers a new surprise or game update, even if users do not play with Wii. Users can connect wirelessly using IEEE 802.11b/g, or with a USB 2.0 LAN adaptor. Wii also can communicate wirelessly with Nintendo DS.
Virtual Console: Wii will have downloadable access to 20 years of fan-favorite titles originally released for Nintendo 64, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and even the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The Virtual Console also will feature a "best of" selection from Sega Genesis titles and games from the TurboGrafx console (a system jointly developed by NEC and Hudson). It also will be home to new games conceived by indie developers whose creativity is larger than their budgets.
Wii boasts 512 megabytes of internal flash memory, two USB 2.0 ports and built-in Wi-Fi capability. A bay for an SD memory card will let players expand the internal flash memory. Design was optimized with state-of-the-art processing technologies that minimize power consumption, keep the console compact and enable the "sleepless" WiiConnect24 mode.
CPU: PowerPC CPU (code-named "Broadway"). Made with a 90 nm SOI CMOS process, jointly developed with and manufactured by IBM.
Graphics Processing Unit: Being developed with ATI.
Other Features: Four ports for classic Nintendo GameCube controllers. Two slots for Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards. An AV Multi-output port for component, composite or S-video.
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Overpriced wii bundle, again.......voted cold
Lol dancrawley

Im called Dan Crowley

Lol dancrawley Im called Dan Crowley

lol - maybe we were seperated at birth?!
yep def a cold one this
Colder than the Arctic at Christmas

People call other consoles expensive, the Wii is the biggest bleedin rip-off of the lot at the moment!
Sigh. Patience will see you through. More machines will be in the supply line and eventually people will be able to buy JUST a Wii. I could say that this is for a Wii now, but with a little patience and effort you can get a pack that doesn't overcharge you.

I had to buy a pack but at least I didn't get overcharged on it and could return what I didn't want (it made my opinion of GAME a bit more positive too).
Well, I walked into my local Morrisons to buy some oatcakes and came out with a Wii. They had one in stock so I grabbed it. The prices on ebay last night appeared to be stabilising, so it looks like the supply is finally getting through.

It is the best console I have ever played.
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