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Nintendo's most recent handheld systems are touch-based, from Nintendo DS onward.Its previous home console has one too, and touch functionality has become a core component of many Wii U and 3DS games.But have you tried hooking up your computer to your TV set?i Player programmes, particularly downloaded programmes, look great on a TV.
For those who are after the tech details, here's the lowdown on our Wii port: Nintendo Wii supports only Flash 7, which uses the Sorenson Spark codec rather than the ON2 VP6 codec introduced with Flash 8.
Unfortunately, the Sorenson compression isn't nearly as good as ON2 VP6 compression, which is why most video sites gave up encoding their content in Flash 7 compatible format.
However, there are a lot of Wii boxes out there hooked up to TV sets, so with a little extra encoding effort (specifically, transcoding an additional 400 hours per week in an extra format) we can make BBC i Player programming available on Flash 7-enabled devices, including Wii. We chose that bitrate because it's the highest quality that could be reliably streamed on pretty much any UK broadband internet connection.
But name, controller details and appearance aside, there's still plenty we don't know about the device.
We're still asking plenty of questions about the new system, and we've compiled some of the most pressing below.