At least in Canada (which means it will be released everywhere else eventually). It lacks Gamecube backwards compatibility (which all but proves that the Wii U is going to get a bunch of Gamecube up-ports) and gets rid of internet functionality (which, aside from buying some classic VC games and Netflix which is everywhere, let's be honest, nobody was using anyway). It's only $99, which y'know, isn't that bad but...
I was going to say people are over the Wii, but apparently they just recently sold almost as many Wiis as Wii Us last week, so what do I know. I just know that with the... tepid success of the 3DS, the failure of the Vita, and the seemingly total lack of interest in the Wii U, even by people that bought it on launch day, I am fearful for the future of the industry.
I'd say I'm fearful for Nintendo's future, but I think they have a pretty safe strategy where they will always keep their head above water, even in dire straights. Honestly, I think it's more likely that Sony drop out of the console race someday and it just becomes "Western games on Xbox, Japanese games on Nintendo" down the line, which, really... doesn't sound all that bad to me.
I don't know how this turned into a ramble on the state of the industry, but yeah, Wii Mini.