We all know that the Nintendo Wii lacks HD compared to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. We also want to know when Wii2 or WiiHD will be released as we're all drooling at HD. A new product known as the Wii HDMIKey was announced back in March, promising up to 1080p upscaling HDMI output support (we've been lazy and forgot to post this). The dongle connects to the back of the Wii and quite a few features including all region support, HDMI audio output, on screen configuration and many more.
Works with all Wii's - all regions, PAL and NTSC!
480p/720p/1080i/1080p HDMI output
HDMI, optical and analog audio output
On Screen Display for configuration
User updatable flash
High quality AD conversion and HDMI chipset
No HDCP or SCMS protection - capture or record game play in high definition!
Connects directly to your Wii
No external PSU needed
No word on pricing or exact release date. Would you consider purchasing this or wait for Nintendo to release a HD version of the Wii? What are your thoughts?
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