I needed a Wii, so I went and got one, this is a boxed Wii with most of the accessories, and it was cheap, but I have no games, yet I could test it with some of my Game cube discs, but effort! The Wii was pretty much a Gamecube with a fancy new controller system, which it retained compatibility with, at least for the first models, later cost reduced versions dropped Gamecube compatibility. It was known as Revolution during development and it wasn't designed to be a match for other systems of the time such as the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and the Nintendo DS The box is unexciting and is dominated on most sides by the word "Wii" Yawn! The most interesting side. LOOK! There's an Opera logo, I don't use Opera Inside the box there are two trays, I don't know if this is how it was originally packed, but it all fits. In tray 1 there is, the console, PSU, nun-chuck thing, and some documentation. And in tray 2 there is the stand for the console, video cable (composite and stereo audio), Wiimote and sensor bar, which has the plastic covers missing from each end Actually, I just noticed the contents for each tray are printed on the side, so no, it's packed wrong! It's just a slab of white plastic, notice the ATI and Nintendo logos My camera doesn't know what to focus on, so apologies for that Power button with multi-colour LED, Reset, Controller sync and SD card slot under the flap, and Eject at the bottom, the disc tray on the right side (or top depending on its orientation) The top with four hidden Gamecube controller ports and two memory pack slots The bottom has the model label and an inlet for the fan, there is what looks like a battery compartment? TBH I haven't opened it On the back we have Power, Sensor bar, Video out, fan port, and two USB sockets The Wiimote, it has some buttons on the front, and a trigger on the back, the LED's at the bottom can show the battery level, and which controller the console has registered it as (1 to 4). It can be used as a typical NES controller with the D-Pad and 1 and 2 buttons, but combined with the sensor bar, it does know where it is in relation to the console, meaning you can wave it around like a glow-stick at a rave, which was used a lot. I have used AA batteries, but you could get rechargeable battery packs You may notice the wrist strap, this was an attempt to stop the controller flying out of your hand and smashing the TV screen. During my TV repair days this happened "more than a few times" There appears to be IR LED's in here, there are IR LED's in the sensor bar as well, but I haven't looked into how it all works, I expect it's all been reverse engineered and published on the 'net somewhere Here is a rubber bumper cover, so when you let go of it in mid swing and it bounces off your younger siblings head, it don't hurt quite so much This is the nun-chuck thing, it plugs into the bottom and has an analogue stick with two buttons Here they are all connected up together Here is the PSU, it only outputs 12V at 3.7A, doesn't appear to be multi-voltage though Video cable with composite video and stereo audio, with official SCART adaptor Sensor bar, this could be placed either above the TV, or below it. The plastic covers are missing so we can see the IR LED's and the angles they are placed at The optional stand for the Wii which raises the front up a bit Multi-language documentation The LED in the power button can show green, orange, and red colours First boot, no issues here other than the previous users account data was still in the memory, this was deleted when I formatted the memory I connected it to the Wifi and it immediately wanted to do an update, but no update was found Nothing much works now since the Wii servers were shut down I was prompted to accept the EULA which changed nothing Although I did get a email message telling me what I've done since the console was switched on I think I may have to get some games, or mod it for the homebrew channel and install some emulators??? Update I got some games... Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Rayman Raving Rabbids And they work perfectly More updates I bought a load of Wii stuff from a car boot sale for £35, like several box loads of stuff No idea what was in the boxes, it could have been bricks and broken wires, but I'll try to sort it all out Wii Fit Board #1 Wii Fit Board #2 (Boxed), and before anyone starts, I am well within the weight limit shown here, believe it or not Rechargeable battery pack for the Wii Fit Board Wii-mote attachments Golf stick, something is missing though Racquet and baseball bat attachments U-Sing microphone Wii-mote charging station Look at this cute little Wii-mote, look at it. No idea what is was used for originally, but it's so tiny, the only button that moves is the trigger button on the bottom, it releases something where the IR sensors are on the real Wii-motes Wii #1 and Wii #2 in boxes, a lot of the stuff that should be in the boxes are in other boxes All documentation found within all the boxes Three Wii-motes with rechargeable batteries that may or may not have leaked and corroded Another Wii-mote charging station, this one plugs in-line with the Wii PSU rather than use USB Not sure what this is, it looks like a wireless sensor bar? Six Wii-motes and four nun-chuck accessories The controller pad that plugs in the bottom of the Wii-mote The motion plus accessory Four sensor bars Four video cables Another third party video cable, I think it's for Component video? Two SCART adaptors Five PSU's Two Wii stands Five rubber covers for the Wii-mote One rubber cover for the Wii-mote with motion plus Two coloured covers Two more Wii's (Four in total) Wii #1 working Wii #2 working Wii #3 working Wii #4 working Various items found in the Wii's Software Hannah Montana Spotlight World Tour DJ Hero U Draw Studio Wii Play Wii Play (Note different cover to above) Glee Karaoke Revolution U-Sing (Used with microphone above) Wii Fit Plus Wii Fit Wii Sports Dance on Broadway Wii Sports (In cardboard cover) More software updates The Chronicals of Narnia - Prince Caspian My Sims Racing Wii Fit Super Fruit Fall Big Brain Academy for Will Hardware update I saw this in Gamescene for a whole £1.99 It was boxed, and it really was £1.99 The box is in good condition Just in case you didn't know Multi language warranty leaflet that nobody ever reads, no other instructions are present other than what's in the disc case I already have this disc, but another is nice The tablet is still in the packaging Here is the tablet The Wiimote plugs in using the normal plug/socket The stylus has a holder The stylus is quite chunky, and has a button on the side, the tip also clicks in The Wiimote slots in from the top Looks quite tidy, the cover for the cable is missing, but £1.99 The drawing area is quite small, and feels like a resistive panel Component cable I picked this up from FB Marketplace Wii fit board I picked up another free Wii fit board Model label and battery compartment For more retro hardware check out my online museum here?FORMULA TOO COMPLEX ERRORREADY.