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Use your Nintendo Wii for Free Web Browsing


Watch YouTube Videos on your TV, Using your Wii Console as a Computer


Use your Nintendo Wii for Free Web Browsing

Use your TV to watch funny videos on YouTube with your friends and family.

Have you ever been in the situation where you had guests over and were all hovered around the small screen of your computer, watching YouTube videos, when, in the next room, you had a perfectly fine home theatre system, with seating that a cinema would envy?

The solution to using the computer was probably just as close as your Internet-connected Nintendo Wii game console.

I had a lazy Sunday and was sitting at my computer, performing some Google search engine optimization on a set of webpages and remembered a YouTube video of SearchEngineLand that discussed some of the information I was working with. First impulse was to open Firefox and navigate to YouTube, get my favorites and play through the video. As usual, Adobe Flash crashed partway through the video, but I really was not interested in resolving that issue right now.

I had known that I could use the Nintendo Wii to browse the web, but I never really considered using the Wii for that purpose, with any seriousness.


There is more to do with your Nintendo Wii than play Wii games


What You Need

What You Need in the Simplest Sense

  • Internet-connected Wi i game console
  • Wii Controller
  • The Wii Internet Channel downloaded and installed
  • TV with auxilliary in jacks
  • USB Keyboard (optional)

You probably already have all of this setup, with the exception of the USB keyboard. The keyboard is not really necessary, but it sure makes things easier when you are searching for a video on YouTube or specifying a certain website.

What You Do

What You Need to Do

  • Connect your Nintendo Wii console to your television or home theater system
  • (optional) Connect a USB keyboard to your Wii console.
For more information on ... visit the Wikipedia.org page for Internet_Channel

RSS News Feed on Searches for Wii Internet Channel

Bing: wii internet youtube

Bing: wii internet youtube

Search results

Please be sure to bookmark and revisit this webpage. The newsfeed items below are designed to update automatically and should always be displaying the latest news on this subject.


06/06/2011 07:53 PM
Nintendo Wii U Trailer (E3 2011) - YouTube
Nintendo unveils their next video game console, the Wii U. Check out what gamers can expect from the finally revealed Wii 2/Project Cafe in this trailer ...
04/10/2008 07:52 PM
Wii remote hacks | Johnny Lee - YouTube
http://www.ted.com Johnny Lee demos his amazing Wii Remote hacks, which transform the $40 game piece into a digital whiteboard, a touchscreen and a head ...
06/24/2017 05:58 PM
Wii U from Nintendo - Official Site - HD Video Game Console
Check out the new generation of Nintendo games in gorgeous high-definition on the Wii U console - an amazing value the whole family can enjoy.
06/24/2017 06:34 PM
How to Sign Into YouTube - Wii U Wiki Guide - IGN
How to Sign Into YouTube - Wii U: Sources: [1] ... Edit What to do: In the Wii U Menu, press the "YouTube" icon. Use the Left Analog Stick and choose "Sign ...
06/23/2017 12:05 AM
Wii.com
Nintendo's Wii video game console brings gaming to people of all ages. Discover Wii games, Wii accessories, and the benefits of connecting your Wii online.
07/01/2010 07:56 PM
Your Quick Guide To Searching the Internet From The Wii
The Nintendo Wii has a complete internet browser that lets you surf the web from the comfort of your couch. With the Wii remote functioning as your mouse, it’s ...
06/22/2017 04:20 PM
http://fr.wii.com/

06/23/2017 08:08 PM
Nintendo Game Store - Official Site - Nintendo 3DS, Wii U ...
Browse and buy digital games on the Nintendo game store, and automatically download them to your Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS system or Wii U console.

About this Webpage

I have created this webpage as a method to document and share our MIDI Music Studio setup and usage, for others who might want to do something similar.

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