The Nintendo Wii U console is one of the most sophisticated video game consoles in the world. It comes with an external power brick, a GamePad, a sensor bar and an 8GB internal flash storage. The Nintendo Wii U console isn’t as portable and as compact as the Wii but looks very similar in appearance when the GamePad is taken away and is more compact when compared to other top video game consoles like the PS4 and xBox one. The Nintendo Wii U console boasts of powerful, tri-core CPU and 2GB of DDR3 RAM, which helps to ensure users enjoy fluid and hitch free gaming experience when playing graphic intensive video games.
Looking at the front of the Nintendo Wii U console reveals power button and an eject button, with a bright white light serving as an indicator when a disc is in the system. On the other hand, you’d find at the rear of the Wii U – 2 X USB ports, 1 X HDMI port, a port for the sensor bar and the power port.
Basic Features of the Nintendo Wii U console
- Supports all Wii controllers and input devices – up to 4 Wii remote plus controllers can be connected at once
- Approximately 10.5 inches long, 1.8 inches tall and 6.8 inches wide
- IBM Power-based multi-core microprocessor
- Backward compatibility with all Wii accessories and Wii games
- Uses 6-channel PCM linear output through HDMI, AV Multi Out Connector