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Wii users will browse the Internet using their consoles, navigating sites via the new Wii remote controller, a two-handed, motion-sensitive system that allows players to mimic actions on-screen with the movement of their hands.
"For our Wii console launch in 2006, we required a browser that was fast and secure, with support for the latest standards, including AJAX," said Genyo Takeda, senior managing director and general manager of Nintendo's Integrated Research & Development Division.
But when I went and looked at that article, and followed a link through to a video demonstrating the nunchuk controler, all I could think was "Holy cow that's cool."
I want one of those nunchuk controlers for my PC. Kicks butt against a regular mouse. Developers use the were "intuitive" to describe ease of controls use so often it's become meaningless. But looking at that controller in action, I can tell it really would be intuitive.
Could someone please get Nintendo out of the console market and get them into redesigning the PC interface?
Based on the E3 videos I saw for the Wii, this thing is going to sell a lot of units. Opera, say hello to a cash waterfall.