Full marks from Nintendo this, in my humble opinion. Maybe skewed to write a review about a product that in most people's eyes are completely obsolete, but thought that there are still people who are thinking of buying second-hand, perhaps children or grandchildren. Well, we bought our console now for a couple of years ago. Have not had with Nintendo to do since my SNES childhood during the early nineties, and this is anyway a couple of console generations later. Well. My eyes fell first on the "Wii Mini" which then had just been introduced to the market. I managed to (foolishly) even buy such a small red device. Almost immediately it became clear that it was a setback, not only will it lacks the GameCube ports (which incidentally also the black variant out of the Wii does), but it had also not support Wi-Fi / NetPlay, which I felt like a real downer. Had luck and decent shop let me return the device the next day, and I searched then instead up a used white Wii, then this (original) model, which according to the vast majority are by far the best. In the package I hit the I with two Wiimote (OEM) with both the Nunchuck, MotionPlus adapter and silicone covers for both. Clock Fair, I would say. The unit has been pretty hard for periods and there have never been any problems with it. I threw almost immediately into third-party software "homebrew" which enables some features that are not normally possible with the Wii. Recommended sharply. Has also bargain-hunting such an adapter which scales the image to the HDMI, which in my humble opinion is actually made with completely approved. All (!) The various Mario games, Donkey Kong Country Returns, and Zelda games are titles that are highly recommended.