Official: Nintendo Revolution Comes In 2006

Posted: May 15 2005, 6:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:52pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Official: Nintendo Revolution comes in 2006
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Nintendo released a official statement on its web-site saying that their next generation console will come in 2006, missing this years Holiday shopping season.
The statement also reveals that the Nintendo Revolution will be backward compatible with the Nintendo GameCube 8cm discs. The Revolution takes 12cm optical discs and it is as high as 3 stacked DVD cases and slightly longer. Nintendo partners with IBM and ATI on their next generation console. The Nintendo Revolution will be Wi-Fi enabled out of the box and Internet ready. It will be feature quick start-up time and quiet, low-power operation.
More details on Nintendo's site.

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Fake photos of upcoming products are not cool anymore. Complete professional looking fake video spots are the new trend. Amazing how much time some people have at their hands.

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