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    26 sets of flat batteries Wii17's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLrocket
    did the PS2 USB ports do anything? i dont think so. i also dont think nintendo is as retarted as sony.
    socom headset, eye toy, guitar hero... need i say more


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii17
    socom headset, eye toy, guitar hero... need i say more
    Guitar Hero.... I dont think so
    If the Xbox 360 console falls and hits someone, especially a small child, it could cause serious injury.

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    heres what usb if for, drool over this http://www.mywii.com.au/AccessoryDetail.aspx?id=8




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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii17
    heres what usb if for, drool over this http://www.mywii.com.au/AccessoryDetail.aspx?id=8


    Old news. I like the beverage chiller idea though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maazer
    I still haven't gotten an answer yet from anyone and maybe the details aren't available yet...i know they charge iPods and look very fashionable - but what do they do?!
    Lol I didnt even notice it had usb ports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maazer
    I still haven't gotten an answer yet from anyone and maybe the details aren't available yet...i know they charge iPods and look very fashionable - but what do they do?!
    The USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. Essentially they connect any external USB device that the Wii can be connected to. For now you can connect the USB
    Nintendo connector plus a USB to Ethernet cable to connect to a DSL or Cable modem and connect to the Internet and Will Channels. 3rd party manufacturers
    could develop any number of devices to connect to the USB port. If you have modem with a USB connection, you could connect the WII to the modem with USB to USB cable. Nintendo could develop an external hard drive, DVD drive,
    that could be connected to the USB port. For now, it's a way of connecting to a DSL or Cable modem, if you don't want or can't get the wireless connection to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casualgamer
    The USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. Essentially they connect any external USB device that the Wii can be connected to. For now you can connect the USB
    Nintendo connector plus a USB to Ethernet cable to connect to a DSL or Cable modem and connect to the Internet and Will Channels. 3rd party manufacturers
    could develop any number of devices to connect to the USB port. If you have modem with a USB connection, you could connect the WII to the modem with USB to USB cable. Nintendo could develop an external hard drive, DVD drive,
    that could be connected to the USB port. For now, it's a way of connecting to a DSL or Cable modem, if you don't want or can't get the wireless connection to work.

    MMM I guess we all knew that. The question is What can we use them for right now....
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    FINALLY!! i run through batteries like CRAZY! i bought rechargeables, but this new usb thing will be better

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    You can use them for Rock Band to plug the instruments in

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillysmile View Post
    You can use them for Rock Band to plug the instruments in
    Wow, nice job reviving a thread over 2 years old.

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