Wireless Details for Nintendo’s New Console

Nintendo’s next generation console (codenamed “Revolution”) will feature an  advanced wireless platform that integrates multiple technologies to enable a new and exciting gaming experience.

“The depth and breadth of Broadcom’s wireless expertise will enable to deliver the industry’s most innovative gaming solutions,” said Genyo Takeda, Senior Managing Director, General Manager, Integrated Research & Development Division for Nintendo.  “By integrating Broadcom wireless solutions into our next-generation systems, we can provide the high performance gaming and connectivity capabilities that will delight users of ‘Revolution’.”

Details of the wireless specifications have not been released yet, although we are suspecting 802.11g wireless technology and perhaps even Bluetooth integration with Nintendos new gaming console.

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