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The Wii U will come with less spare capacity of the announced

The Wii U will come with less spare capacity of the announced

It seems that the Wii U will not have a shot at all pleasant. If we saw a few days ago as was the Microsoft Surface which would leave us less memory available announced, today we add the Wii U that club.

This seems that manufacturers advertise an available capacity and then we find that the system eats some GB will be the norm. In fact it already was but operating systems becoming more advanced we will notice more. Thus, in the present case we find that the Wii U will be sold in two capacities, 8GB and 32GB.

The major problem so we can find it in the 8GB version. Of these we were with 7.2 8GB to format the disk. But then we lose another 4.2GB which are occupied by the operating system. Result, 3GB free space to save games or unburden additional content, movies, games and more. Even Nintendo ensures that users who purchase the 8GB model will not have enough space to store a copy of NintendoLand, occupying 3.2GB and have just enough room for 2GB of New Super Mario Bros U.

With the 32GB model would go something looser space as we will be left with 24.8GB of free space. But it would not be anything to write. The solution we propose is that we connect an external hard drive since the Wii U supports up to 2TB capacity. But Nintendo is not all facilities because when you connect the hard drive there are small inconveniences.

If the disc is one that is plugged in no problem. If the change is that it is powered by USB, you’ll need a Y cable to connect it also to the electrical outlet. And if what you have is a flash drive, Nintendo advises us not because we use the read and write speed may affect the performance of the console.

I like to see how Nintendo makes life easier for users. With how easy it was to include a hard drive suitable for the times.

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