i think that very cool i whould love to use thateriously, we want you to let go of your mouse, take your other hand out of the box of Cheez-Its (we assume you browse the net like we do) and give these fine gentlemen responsible for the above technological marvel a round of applause. These two dudes have managed to harness the power of the Sun (the bane of any good gamer's existence) and use it to power the Wii, a television and set of speakers.
With the TV and speakers requiring around 130 watts to operate and the Wii needing a smaller 40-45 watts, in direct sunlight, during a normal sunny day, they can get from 6 to 8 hours of game time out of this bad boy. That's more than enough time to throw down in some Wii Sports: Bowling or maybe get some people together in the parking lot outside of the Wendy's for some multiplayer WarioWare: Smooth Moves. So where do they take their new toy? Down to Venice Beach, of course!
Update: Comments are pointing out that the solar panel only contributed some of the juice needed to power the setup, but if you think about it, the thing actually is solar powered. Semantics aside, we apologize if we mislead you.
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