New Wii U Game Console

On September 13, Nintendo released information regarding the Wii U specs (hardware specifications). Into their website article, Nintendo states that the new system may have 2 GB of RAM. 1 GB of RAM will likely be for games and 1 GB of RAM will likely be used by the console's os. To set that in perspective, both Xbox 360 system along with the PS3 have just 512 MB of RAM.

You will have two versions on the Wii U gaming console, one with 8 GB of internal storage plus a deluxe version with 32 GB of internal storage. The Wii U offers capability for expanding storage using SD cards or external USB drives.

The CPU and GPU

The CPU on the new Wii was made by IBM who have given the processor a codename of "Expresso." The CPU is identified as an influence architecture based, multicore processor. The GPU (graphics processing unit) is usually an AMD Radeon-based Hd GPU. In relation to disk storage, the games with the Wii U console will come on proprietary optical discs, efficient at storing nearly 25 GB of internet data. That is a lot like what you would find on Blu-ray discs as well as the gaming console is able to easily support high-definition graphics in full 1080p HD.

Audio and video Output

The Wii U console supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i video and is particularly works with HDMI, S-Video, Stereo AV, Wii D-Terminal, Wii Component Video, and Wii AV cables. In relation to audio, the console uses Six-channel PCM linear output through HDMI or analog output through the AV Multi Out connector.

Networking and Compatibility

The Wii U gaming console can hook up with the net wirelessly and this also unit also features four USB 2.0 connectors, there's two in the front as well as from the rear. The modern console is additionally suitable for almost all of the games and accessories of the original Nintendo wii console which means you is able to play all of your older Wii games with the new Wii U gaming system.


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