You’ll need an external hard drive for that Basic Wii
With the Nintendo Wii U due for launch later this week on November 18, those people who are planning to pick up the Basic edition will want to grab an external hard drive too – as the model comes with just 3GB of available space. The Wii U Basic hardware touts 7.2GB of flash memory, while the Premium model offers 29GB. However, as part of a Nintendo Direct broadcast , and as translated by Kotaku, the console requires 4.2GB of that space for setting up your Nintendo Network ID and account data . In other words, once the Wii U console is ready to go, the Basic offers just 3GB of space, while the Premium model has 25GB. Put in the context of downloadable titles, New Super Mario Bros. U is around 2GB in size, while Nintendo Land is 3.2GB — hence, the latter will not fit on the Basic model if downloaded…MORE
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