- Feb 7, 2007
- 892 (0.23/day)
- Australia, NSW,Mid North Coast.
|Processor||Intel i3 540 3.06Ghz|
|Cooling||4x 80mm Case Fans, Zalman ZM-MFC1 Fan Controller, Stock CPU Cooler|
|Memory||4GB DDR3 1333Mhz (2x 2GB) - Kingston|
|Video Card(s)||HIS ATi Radeon HD3850 256mb DDR3|
|Storage||640GB Western Digital Caviar Black|
|Display(s)||22" BenQ FP22W LCD, 700:1, 5ms, 16:10|
|Case||Don't know exactly, metal, built on LED's.|
|Audio Device(s)||Integrated - Altec Lansing 5.1 Speakers (6.5" Sub)|
|Power Supply||Antec True 550W, 24 AMP on 12v rail|
|Software||Vista Home Premium 64bit - AVG - Spybot|
I think a Wii is by far the best choice of the 3. Wii is cheap and fun. Although it doesn't have a lot of games right now, either does any other console that has just been released. Plus it has Zelda twilight princess which can hardly be called not having any good games. As for graphics although it doesn't have eye stunning graphics like the ps3 and 360, you don't really look at the screen and think how awful the graphics are, as well know one has seen what type of potential in terms of graphics the wii has because no games have fully exploited the wii's hardware. The wii is closest to being as good as a pc's controls because with the wiimote it's just like the mouse except you point rather then slide which gives an extra feel to shooting someone. And yes there is games they would be bad with the wiimote and in case you don't know you can attach a nun chuck to the mote which has an analog stick and then it's basically like using a normal controller except you have more freedom in how you hold it. I think basically all games on xbox and playstation you can get on computer, besides a minute few, and for everything els, there's wii.