Updating wii opera software
Internet Channel is capable of rendering most web sites in the same manner as its desktop counterpart by using Opera's Medium Screen Rendering technology.
A trial version of the Internet Channel was released in December 2006, and a full version followed in April 2007.
The Opera-based Wii browser allows users full access to the Web and supports all the same web standards that are included in the desktop versions of Opera, including CSS and Java Script.
Like Opera 9, the Internet Channel fully passes the Acid2 web browser test.
The browser displays a thumbnail image of each bookmarked site.
The functionality of the trial version was limited in some respects.
Opera Software also implemented the Nintendo DS Browser for Nintendo's handheld system.
It added the ability to highlight words on a Web page and copy it to the "Search" function and the ability to type longer messages without the virtual keyboard lagging.The pricing remained the same as the release version.500 Wii Points to initially download, free to update any previous version.In addition, an alternative single-column rendering mode with large-print text can be toggled by pressing the "2" button on the Wii Remote, similar to the Small Screen Rendering mode seen on Opera's Nintendo DS Browser.Similar to other web browsers, the trial version has a "Favorites" system to allow users to bookmark sites.
This functionality was added in a Wii system update and Internet Channel update (downloaded from the Wii Shop Channel) on October 10, 2007.