The Wii Mini, previously only available in Canada and Europe, is launching in the US this month. The bargain console will hit store shelves on November 17th for $99.99. The system will come bundled with Mario Kart Wii, a red Wii Remote Plus, and red nunchuk controller. Nintendo’s comparison page shows what you’ll get with the Wii Mini. It’s important to note that the console does not have online connectivity and will not play Gamecube games like the Wii.
Nintendo needs to make a tiny bargain-priced DS that is the size of the Gameboy Micro.