Wii U: Nintendo opens up console and shows you its insides

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 11 October 2012 11:21 GMT

Wii U has been stripped naked by Nintendo in a series of photos that reveal the inner workings of the console. Nothing is left to the imagination, including CPU/GPU, heat sink and other parts we have no idea about. Get the pics below.

The images below appeared as part of an ‘Iwata Asks’ panel hosted by Nintendo. In the session, Iwata asks Nintendo’s technicians about the console’s innards, as well as why it has opted for a combined CPU/GPU this time.

We’ve written up a run down of everything you need to know about Wii U, including specs and launch titles here. Check it out.

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