Tuesday, July 19, 2011

More Info On The Wii U Tablet

Hey Guys, next year the Wii U will be releasing and as we head closer to it's release date, you should first know more about the tablet. By the way, Nintendo has also confirmed that the Wii U will not have a built in Blue-Ray, sorry to mention this but it's a fact that you need to know. Anyways here's a diagram explaining the Wii U's tablet.

1. Camera
With the camera you can take photos of yourself, and the Camera is also similar to the Nintendo 3DS' Camera. Though I'm not sure what else this camera will be capable of.

2. Touch Screen
The touch screen comes in handy since your able to see gameplay on the tablet and can use it while the TV is off! That is pretty impressive, but how far do you have to stay with the console in order for it to work, that remains a mystery as of now. Plus you can use a stylus to use with the touchscreen, which is similar to the Nintendo DS.

3. Speaker
Now your also able to hear your game from the the tablet instead of hearing sound effects from the original Wii's speakers. Also the tablet has a built-in Microphone, I suppose it's used for online use or games compatible with the Mic. And let's not forget that there is also a headphone slot built on the tablet which is located on top of it.

4. Battery Life
Yes, the Wii U tablet runs on Batteries as usual for all wireless controllers these days. Nintendo states that the batteries can run out quickly! But luckily the batteries are rechargeable, so you don't need to worry about buying more batteries just to use the tablet.

5. Controls
Controls finally appear to the Wii U! The controls seem similar to the Nintendo DS, 3DS, PSP, and the regular Wii. But at least it has controls instead of a nunchuck, which can get pretty annoying to use it sometimes. And NOW it can compete with the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 with it's controls.

I hope this diagram was able to help you guys, but I still wanted a wired controller for the Wii because I want to just sit down and play a system. Well look for the release of the Wii U around April 1 to December 31, 2012.
Till Next Time!!
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