Wii U not a university but a gaming console

As the busiest shopping of the season approaches there is one thing that your kids or husbands will be asking for this holiday season and let  me be the first to advise you on one thing that will be coming out next week.

The Wii U is the newest gaming console that Nintendo is launching this November the 18th. Now what does this new gaming console feature? One of the newest things that you have probably seen on various commercials on the TV is that it features a controller that features a touch screen. It features a 6.2 inch touch screen. The device actually looks like a small computer, it is about 1.8 inches high, 10.6 inches deep and 6.75 inches  long and it weighs about 3.5 pounds. Very light in weight. It has a multi-core processor so it will be a fast experience when you are gaming. So it can now be compared to the likes of the Xbox 360 and PS3.

The prices for the Wii U is as follows, if you want the basic set you are looking at $299 price tag now if you want the deluxe set then you are going to have to pony up an extra $50 which brings you to a price of $349 storage capacity for the basic is 8GB and 32 GB but you also have the chance to add a USB flash drive and you can add more memory. This Wii now has Wi-Fi so now you can connect your device to the Internet. Plus like I mentioned a little earlier it features a USB connection it has 2 USB 2.o in the front and the back.

You can use your old Wii controllers and gaming discs with the Wii U. So you don't have to worry about going out and buying new games with your Wii U. Also when you are gaming you can now have the experience of gaming on HD. You can game from 1080p and all the way down to 480i. It also is energy efficient. So you don't have to worry when your kid is gaming all night and running up the electricity bill.

So will there now be long lines awaiting this arrival or will it be a tame experience for everyone out there wanting to get this new console? We will find out on November the 18th. So go to your local Gamestop, Best Buy or where you buy your gaming stuff and get your hands on this new console and try it out.

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Tags: gaming, Nintendo, PS3, Wii, wii u, Xbox 360


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