Nintendo has recently just spilled the beans on all the hardware accessories it will release for the Wii at launch. Heres a list of all the accessories. Wii AC Adapter http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-1.jpg Nintendo includes one of these with each Wii, but you can purchase another for $25.15. Wii AV Cable http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-2.jpg Likewise, each Wii ships with one of these bundled in, but you can purchase another for the low price of $8.38. Wii S-Video http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-3.jpg $20.96 will get you the improved picture of S-video. Wii D-Cable http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-4.jpg Japan prefers the D-Cable to component, but they both deliver basically the same picture quality and allow for progressive output. Pricing is set at $23.96. Wii Component Cable: http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-5.jpg Nintendo is also making a component cable available for the system, also at $23.47. SD Memory Card 512MB: http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-6.jpg This 512MB memory card is functionally equivalent to a standard SD memory card, but has the Nintendo and Wii logos. Pricing is set at $31.85. Wii LAN Adapter: http://www.wii-play.com/images/news/171/wii-accessories-7.jpg The Wii has WiFi built in, but those who prefer a wired connection will want to pick up this USB LAN adapter. It's set for release some time in December at a price of $23.47. Nintendo has also confirmed the pricing for the Wiimote and its nunchuck attachment. Both are included as standard with the Wii console but will also be available to purchase seperately for $31.85(wiimote) and $15.09(nunchuck) - Both of these will also go on sale the same day as the Wii launch.