Wii2HDMI Does What It Says

Posted by Mehar Gill on June 3, 2010 
Filed Under: Format War, HDMI, Netflix

If you’ve always wanted a way to use HDMI with your Wii setup, you’re in luck. Online retailer Neoya is selling a Wii2HDMI adapter which does exactly that, the adapter plugs into the back of your Wii and lets you use an HDMI cable instead of one that is┬ácomponent or composite. This is especially useful for those who are running low on component/composite ports or are using a setup that has only HDMI.

The adapter will not however increase your native gaming resolution to an HD resolution such as 720p and the increase in picture quality is debatable depending on who you ask.

[Via Engadget]

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One Response to “Wii2HDMI Does What It Says”

  1. Moises O. on June 4th, 2010 1:40 pm

    I have my Wii connected to my bedroom tv for this reason. Too much cable clutter with the component cables connected to the receiver in our family room. But with HDMI all we need is one cable, nice and streamlined.

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