New Wii Internet Channel Powered By Opera Is A Free Download Till June 30

Posted: Apr 12 2007, 1:36pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:31am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
New Wii Internet Channel Powered by Opera is a Free Download till June 30
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Today Opera and Nintendo announced are releasing the full version of the Internet Channel that is powered by the Opera browser. You can download the Internet channel now from the Wii Shop for free. Nintendo says that they have used feedback from the original version of the Internet channel to make a better experience for the entire family.

With all the flack Nintendo took from parents when they found out that kids could get to porn sites on the Wii, it is safe to assume the new release has more parental controls. The new Internet Channel also has a new living room activity for families to use for doing things like researching for school projects and allows the use of multiple remotes to point out items on a page.Other new features introduced today include a new type of zoom, more scrolling options, increased simplicity and ease-of-use along with the ability to turn the toolbar off. The new browser version is a free download until June 30, 2007 and once you download it is free for the lifetime of the system. This implies that after June 30th there will be a cost to download the new Internet Channel. Via Opera and Nintendo

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