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    Wii replacement power block?

    Just wondering if anyone has caught site of a different power block for the Wii. The one with it is HUGE! There's the unofficial cables and LAN adapters around, wouldn't mind spending £10 on making the Wii a bit more portable and less messy under the TV

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    If you think thats big you should see the 360 one...

    A quick google and I could only find this. It might just be a replacement official one though, im not sure...and quite a bit more than £10...

    I dont find that the brick stops the wii being portable. An extra 5 minutes packing it all into the original box and everything is nice and tidy. As for cables under the TV I gave up on trying to keep them tidy years ago...

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