Computerandvideogames.com has a bunch of new pictures of the Wii browser in action. The browser's functionality is largely controlled by the Wii's directional pad which should make for generally quick navigation, presuming you don't need to type too much during your online browsing.
The simple-looking web browser will be controlled using the Wii Remote's pointer. A panel across the bottom of the screen appears to include back and forward-page buttons, an 'eject' button that presumably exits the browser, and a button with a star on it which we know to be for bookmarks.
Also, clearing up Nintendo's online charging system for the Wii, we are given the following description of the online payment structure:
The browser will be a downloadable option to all Wii owners, and will be free for the first six month, after which users will have to pay a small fee. Just to make it clear, these charges are only applied to web browsing. All of Wii's other online services, including online gaming, will be permanently free.
There are also pictures of the game boot-up screens, Mii editing and message boards in use included in the article.
I feel it's my duty to point out that instead of charging for the functionality that everyone wants, online gameplay, Nintendo has decided to charge for a completely superfluous function, web browsing, which is sure to generate enough money to produce a Yo! Noid sequel, that being nothing.