There's a billiantly informative article over at GWN. The article consists of a whole load of pictures of Nintendo's new Nunchuck controller that will be used in conjunction with the Nintendo Wii. Nintendo also confirmed earlier this week that the Opera browser used on the Nintendo Wii would remain free until June 2007. The Press Release stated that, 'From July 2007, users can purchase the Opera browser using Wii points. Wii points are credits users can buy that allow them to add new games or the Opera browser to their Wii consoles. The number of Wii points required to purchase Opera has not yet been announced. With support for Flash and AJAX-based content such as Google maps, Wii users will benefit from a feature-rich Internet experience that is uniquely customized for the Wii. Opera for Wii boasts the same complete standards support as the Opera 9 Desktop browser, and includes the added functionality of “Zoom” and “Bookmarks”. The Wii remote control will also be an integral part of browsing, allowing users to intuitively control the Web with their Wii remotes.'