The Nitendo Wii U creates an option of the PS4 and Xbox One for all game lovers. This gadget is available in two versions. There is the glossy white Basic set priced at Shs900,000 that gives you everything you need to start playing the Wii U, but nothing else. It includes the game console with 8GB of memory, the Wii U gamepad, power cables, a sensor bar, and an HDMI cable.
The glossy black Deluxe set priced at Shs1.1m throws in a handful of useful accessories and a pack-in game. It includes everything in the Basic set with 32GB of memory, plus a charging cradle, a stand for the gamepad and a stand for the console to let you set it up vertically like the current Wii system, and a copy of Nintendo Land.
The design of the Wii U is the highlight of the gadget. It looks as slender and compact as the original Wii, but it is much heftier. It weighs 400 grammes and is 10.5 inches long while keeping a relatively slim1.9 by-6.6-inch profile (HW).
The front houses a slot-loading optical drive, power and eject buttons, a syncing button for the game controller, and a plastic door that flips open to reveal an SD card slot and a USB port.
• Included is a tablet-style GamePad can play games when the TV is in use.
• Nintendo has a core library of awesome exclusive titles; works with older Wii games and accessories; very child-friendly.
• Access to a vault of your childhood classics.
• Off-TV play is great.
• Cannot play DVDs or Blu-rays and it lacks a lot of third-party games available on Xbox or PlayStation.
• The GamePad battery life is too short.
• Wii U and 3DS handheld do not share games.
• On-board storage is severely lacking.
• Wii U interface is still way behind other consoles.
• Limited GamePad wireless range limits it to use barely one room away.