What is Wii?
Featuring a compact design that makes it a natural addition to any television setup, the Wii console is white in color and can be displayed either vertically or horizontally.
The Wii is backward-compatible to all Nintendo GameCube games and includes four ports for controllers and two slots for memory cards.
A single self-loading media bay plays single- or double-layered 12-cm optical discs for the Wii console, as well as 8-cm Nintendo GameCube discs.
About 8.5 inches long, 6 inches wide and less than 2 inches thick (roughly the size of 3 DVD cases stacked on top of each other).
The Wii console communicates wirelessly with the Internet via wireless or a Wii LAN adaptor. Wii also can connect wirelessly with Nintendo DS.
Input: Four Wii Remotes can communicate with Wii, which features a bay for an SD memory card.

Output: An AV Multi-output port for component, composite or S-video.

PowerPC CPU (code-named "Broadway"), made with a 90nm SOI CMOS process, jointly developed with and manufactured by IBM; GPU developed with ATI.
 
The Wii AV Cable connects the Wii console to your television.
The Wii AC Adapter provides power to the Wii console.
Display your Wii in style using the Wii console stand. Wii can also lie flat without the Wii console stand.