CR2032 Lithium Battery
The reserve battery allows continuous clock and calendar function.
Nintendo Wii Faceplate
Replace the faceplate and its buttons.
Nintendo Wii DVD Drive
Replace the optical drive for the Nintendo Wii.
Nintendo Wii Fan
This part sits between the heat sink and the rear vent and helps dissipate heat.
Nintendo Wii A/V Cable
This part broadcasts the audio and video signals from the Wii to a connected television.
Nintendo Wii Sensor Bar
This part is the infrared sensor bar that registers the button presses and various motions associated with your Wii Remote.
Nintendo Wii Wi-Fi Antenna Set
These antennas connect to the Wi-Fi card and allow Wi-Fi connectivity.
Nintendo Wii CMOS Battery Door
Door on outer case that holds CMOS battery
Nintendo Wii Screw Set
This set includes all the screws except the CMOS battery door screw.
Nintendo Wii Motherboard
The Wii motherboard includes ports for the GameCube Controllers, GameCube Memory Cards, Sensor Bar, SD Slot, USB Ports, Power In, and A/V Out.
The Wii was released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. The Wii the successor to the Nintendo GameCube, and is able to play GameCube games. The Wii is substantially less powerful than the competing Sony PS3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 consoles. However, the Wii has enjoyed both higher sales and less hardware problems than competing consoles.