Nintendo getting WLAN routers for the Wii?

If you're still looking for a way to put your Wii's wireless capabilities to use, you may be happy to know that there's a Wii-branded WLAN router coming your way, provided that certain sources in Taiwan are correct in their assessment.

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gta_cb4571d ago

i am a little bit confused, cant you use a normal wireless lan? you can on laptops, Xbox 360 (with adaptor), PS3 so why cant you with the Nintendo Wii?

if you can use a normal wireless lan then whats the point in buying this?

Kleptic4571d ago


Only one of my friends bought one of those damn things...and it hooks up to his wireless network perfectly will work with any 802.11 B/G wi-fi router...where's the market for a router that only works with the wii?

flipflop4571d ago

I just logged on to one of my other accounts to find that Virtual gamer tried to ban my umbagumba account for exposing him for the idiot he is, and this further proves his retardedness. How FN pathetic do you have to be to try to ban somone because your proven to be retarded? virtual gamer is a b!tch. You will now get it a lot worse.

dantesparda4570d ago

Dude! Why dont you just fvck off, you are nothing but a fvcking douchebag! "umbooga-booga" or "flipflop" or whatever the fvck your name is.

2nd 360 R.I.P [from March 2006 to May 30, 07] :-( .I am longer with Xbox 360, and i waited out in the rain all night for you 360. MS, you owe, you owe me big

ChickeyCantor4570d ago

Some Wlan routers just don't work with the Wii, there are people who have no clue what a router is or why they cant have a connection, to make it more easy for them Nintendo is making one that is working 100% with the Wii, So people are sure they will have a internet connection to their Wii.

its like the 360 usb cable extender, its a normal extender you can get everywhere, but when you are looking for one, why not put a box around it and say its for the 360 and put it next to al the other 360 hardware/stuff? It makes it easier for the consumer.