The Wii U is the eighth generation of video game console by a Japanese Multinational Corporation, Nintendo. Nintendo intends to release the Wii U with unique features that provide a family or a group of people to simultaneously interact online with a whole new experience. The Wii U specifications include a 6.2 inch controller with a built-in touch screen that allows playing of various games without the use of a television. Although the Wii U controller has the standard sensors such as Gyroscope and Accelerometer, as most of the touch screens, the 1080p high definition graphics that the controller produces takes the game play to a whole new level. Near Field Communication (NFC) will also be featured in the Wii U specifications for the controller. In that way, Wii U controller supports wireless interactions with items developed and NFC hold up. Wii U specifications when it comes to its controller are truly one of a kind.
Other Wii U specifications featured in the controller are the traditional directional buttons A/B/X/Y otherwise known as “face buttons”, L/R buttons otherwise known as “bumper buttons” and ZL/ZR buttons otherwise known as “trigger buttons”. Also, included in the Wii U spefications for the controller are the Start/Select buttons and the power button. Equipped with Wii U specifications for the controller are front-facing cameras, speakers and microphones. With these Wii U specifications, face to face chatting is possible. The Wii U specifications for the controller also include the Bluetooth.
Based on IBM’s Power Architecture multi-core is the Wii U Central Processing Unit (CPU) 45nm microprocessor, embedded in an eDRAM cache which can be found in the Watsons microprocessor. The Wii U specifications for the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) include especially designed structures called AMD Radeon HD. These Wii U specifications characterize a different stage in graphics technology. These are also similar to Radeon R700 series. Also, offered in the Nintendo Wii U specifications are the “Audio/Video Multi Out” port supporting composite, component and S-video connections. Additional HDMI 1.4 Wii U specifications support stereoscopic 3D images. Through available Wii U specifications for “Audio/Video Out” port, along with six-channel PCM linear output via HDMI, will yield a running surround sound for Wii U. Miscellaneous ports include SD memory card slot that supports SDHC cards, USB 2.0 ports and sensor bar power ports.
The Wii U specifications for storage also embed an internal flash memory with an expandable memory via SD memory cards and USB hard disk drives. Wii U specifications for the system’s propriety high-density optical disc format will hold 25GB of data or information.
With the present Wii U specifications available, the Wii U is compatible with the Wii Remote, Wii Nunchuck, Wii Balance Board and the Wii Classic controller. Wii U opens up a whole new experience not only in enhancing game play but also in redefining the set-up in the gaming world. This is definitely a proof of how Nintendo develops. This is a sure proof of how technology advances in a fast rate!