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Submitted by Joegrine20 620d ago | opinion piece

Wii U - Cross Platform Diversity

The jury is in. Nintendo’s latest offering is the current heavy hitter of home consoles. Having recently been dissected the sleek machine boasts a quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM (half of which is currently reserved by Nintendo’s OS) and modern architecture pumping out advanced features such as increased eDRAM and Direct X 10.1 the Nintendo is no longer the underdog in the gaming trifecta. (Wii U)

GraveLord  +   620d ago
LMFAO! So misinformed.

"Having recently been dissected the sleek machine boasts a quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM (half of which is currently reserved by Nintendo’s OS) and modern architecture pumping out advanced features such as increased eDRAM and Direct X 10.1 the Nintendo is no longer the underdog in the gaming trifecta."

This tells us nothing. These specs are still too vague. I pity the people who buy a device without knowing the specs. I call them fanboys.

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