UPDATE: This article originally noted the Canadian launch as November 30, which is the European launch. My bad! Carry on.
Yeah, I’m just as confused. But hey!
Wii Mini can't connect to the Internet, and doesn’t support GameCube games, but it does represent a new, super cheap way to pick up a Nintendo console if the Wii U, which starts at $300, is too expensive. A MotionPlus remote and nunchuck, A/V connector, power adaptor, and sensor bar are also in the box.
Nintendo has not yet commented on the availability of Wii Mini outside of Canada, though I’d suspect it’s likely.
Wii Mini launches in Canada on December 7, and there are more details on Nintendo's site.