The classic Wii, contradictory as it may seem, could almost be considered a better console than its successor, the Wii U. Its game catalog is a thousand times that of the Wii U and its revolutionary controls marked a milestone in its time. But it has a small downside: the video quality in comparison suffers a lot compared to other consoles of the same batch: does not have an HDMI connection and only plays at 480p.
Some modern televisions no longer have classic audio and video connectors, and only allow connections via HDMI. With the Wii2HDMI device we can tackle this problem, also achieving an improvement in the audio and image quality. It is a small gadget that connects to the video output of our Wii console, and has an HDMI output to connect to the TV, thus improving the image quality to HD from 480p to 720p or 1080p.
Does it really improve the picture quality of Wii video games? Here is a small comparison, judge for yourself.
As you can see, the video quality improves in terms of brightness and tonality, and it also significantly eliminates the saw effect and the image in general is somewhat clearer and cleaner. Is one of these adapters worth it? The truth is that they have a fairly modest price, and can be obtained online for about 10 or 15 euros. The first brand to release one of these connectors was Neoya, but we could consider that today the one that receives the best reviews is the tera gadget (and it is also much cheaper).
Also comment that another point in its favor is that it does not need a power supply, just connect it directly to the console and that’s it. In short, a good device to enable the HDMI connection in the classic Wii, which also helps to improve the image quality of the games of one of the best consoles in the history of Nintendo.