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Wii2HDMI does what its name indicates -- no more, no less

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Just in case you can no longer stand your Wii hogging a component (or God forbid, composite) input, Wii2HDMI has come to the rescue as an easy plugin that gives you a digital connection. Of course, that's really all it does -- there won't be any 720p Wii gaming courtesy of this add-on, just the same old 480p you're used to. We're sure there's a setup or two that might benefit from something like this, but everyone else can just keep moving 'till the Wii HD -- or maybe Wii 3D -- arrives.

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