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Old 16-06-2007   #1
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I'm not happy with....

I love wii, but wii is the only system that does not have no memory for real. xbox has 20gig, ps3 has 60gigs, but wii doest have a single gig, actually half of one.
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go & buy a Wii SanDisk memory card, but the reason why they dont have a huge memory, is cuz its not needed, you cant save music on there, you cant do stuff like that so they figured that half a gig is enough until they get enough games out that you need to upgrade
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It's not like you're putting movies on there, Nintendo has said they won't be offering downloadable content for games. The biggest thing for space is the VC games, and you can always delete and re-download those.
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thats not the point what if i want those channels and more
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get a SanDisk memory card, the channels arent that much space
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i have that your missing the point you can't save channels on the dam, sd card
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oh, snap, i didnt know that
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I think they may eventually open up (through firmware upgrades) the possiblity of using the USB ports for storage (god knows what ese they're for).
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They design those usb ports for really one thing the wii conect adapter, because i tryed to use it for a jumpdrive it would not work, i don't what they are used for....
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yeah, seriously, why did they put USB ports on there?? like what will they be for?? who knows
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I do charge my psp on there and my bluetooth, so that helps i guess, but it doesn't count right???
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