Having a USB hard drive connected to the Wii expands its possibilities by allowing several games to reside in a single location. Having a hard drive connected reduces the wear and tear of normal operations on the Wii's internal disk drive. Also, you no longer have to physically interact with the Wii to change a game because it can all be done with the Wii's remote control. Five USB hard drives will work with the Wii.
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The Cirago CST1250 external USB hard drive uses the 2.5-inch form factor and contains a 250 GB hard drive. This hard drive requires no external power as it receives its power from the USB port on the Wii.
Western Digital WDBAAA3200ABK-NESN
The Western Digital WDBAAA3200ABK-NESN external USB hard drive uses the 2.5-inch form factor and holds a 320 GB hard drive. This hard drive is part of Western Digital's external "My Passport Essential" series and requires no external power as it receives its power from the USB port on the Wii.
Eagle Tech ET-CS250NPSU2-BK
The Eagle Tech ET-CS250NPSU2-BK external USB hard drive uses the traditional 3.5-inch desktop form factor and has a capacity of 250 GB. The ET-CS250NPSU2-BK uses an external power supply to provide power to the hard drive, which then pulls less power from the Wii's USB port.
Iomega Select 1TB 34966
The Iomega Select 34966 features 1 TB of storage space and uses the 3.5-inch desktop form factor. The 34966 uses an external power supply to provide operating power to the hard drive.
The Seagate ST903204EXA101-RK is an external USB hard drive using the 2.5-inch form factor and providing 320 GB of storage space. The ST903204EXA101-RK is powered by the USB port on the Wii and receives no other external power.
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