Nintendo has a new home console, and it’s not exactly the same as the old one.
It’s called the WiiU.
And it’s just as much of a gaming device as its predecessors.
We’re going to take a look at the hardware, the software, and some of the games it offers.
First, a refresher on what a home console is.
In a nutshell, a home computer is a computer you use in your living room to play games.
It has a built-in TV and a display that’s bigger than the TV and has a touchscreen for controlling your games.
When you want to play a game on your TV, you use a Wii remote.
When your TV is turned off, the Wii Remote is the device you use to control your game.
The Wii U’s hardware is much simpler, and has all the same capabilities as its predecessor, the Nintendo DSi.
But the Nintendo WiiU is different in a number of ways.
For one, it has a 3.5-inch screen.
The DSi’s screen was a 4-inch size.
It was also bigger than its predecessors, and so the screen was larger, too.
The 3.75-inch screens of the DSi and the 3.9-inch LCD screens of many Nintendo DS games are also bigger and heavier than the DSii’s 3.3-inch displays.
Nintendo’s newest console, the 3DS, also has a bigger screen, but it has also got a lot of other differences.
The WiiU’s screen is a 4.2-inch, 720p display.
It uses the same LCD technology as the 3ds, and also has an IPS (alternating-light emitting) display.
This LCD screen is also the same technology that powers the 3dTVs in most of the Nintendo 3DS games, so it’s an improvement over the 3D TVs of previous 3ds consoles.
The 3DS’ screen is an IPS LCD display, which means it uses light emitted by the screen to produce images.
The light emitted from the screen is reflected off the screen and reflected back to the TV.
A screen is only as bright as the light it reflects, so the brightness difference is always smaller than the brightness of the screen.
When the screen goes dark, the pixels on the display are no longer reflecting light.
Instead, they are absorbing light, and that’s where the screen loses some of its brightness.
When the screen turns on, it starts absorbing light again, but the pixels are no more bright.
The difference in screen brightness between the 3Ds and the WiiUs is so slight that some people who play games on a 3DS may find it difficult to distinguish them.
The DSi has an extra screen in the bottom left corner, and a touchscreen in the middle of the bottom edge of the device.
The touchscreen is a touchpad, and when you press it, it uses infrared sensors to move the screen in front of your finger.
You can use the touchscreen to navigate menus and select items on the screen, and you can adjust the brightness and contrast of the touchscreen.
The screen also has two cameras, one on each side of the tablet.
There are a few other differences between the DS and the DS2.
The top row of the LCD screen of the 3rd DS and 3DS is larger, and the bottom row is larger.
The bottom row of pixels on each screen is bigger, too, and they’re brighter.
The 2nd DS has a larger screen, too (in this case, larger than the 3s).
The bottom row and top row are the same pixels on both the DS4 and the NDS4, but with a slightly different arrangement of pixels.
The pixels on top row have smaller, sharper edges than those on the bottom, and those on bottom row have larger, sharper edge.
Both the DS 4 and the Nintendo NDS are also available in a black version, and both have the same screen, same display size, and same IPS LCD panel technology.
Nintendo says that the DS is the best game console for young kids.
The NES was popular for its role as a family-friendly console, but that’s no longer true for the DS.
It features games designed for kids aged 7-11, but these games are not compatible with older children.
Nintendo wants to encourage older children to play with the DS, so they’re releasing games like Star Fox 64 and Metroid Prime: Federation Force.
Nintendo also wants to reach out to parents with games for kids as young as 6, so Nintendo is releasing Mario Kart DS, Super Mario 64 DS, and Mario Kart 64: The Movie.
Nintendo also has plans to release a variety of games for the Wii in the future.
The company recently unveiled Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart 8, Mario Party 8, and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Nintendo has a long history of bringing new and exciting titles