First reported yesterday, Nintendo has revealed the slim console, which is red and black in design and has a release date of December 7 in North America.
Pitched as 'Big Fun, for a Mini Price', the system now offers a manual, top-loading disc tray and will not connect to the internet, support online features or play GameCube Games.
The bundle will come with a console, sensor bar and Red MotionPlus controller with Nunchuk for $99 (£62).
"If you have a Wii already, a Mini would make a great backup, or travel size companion," read a sales blurb.
A release in Europe or Japan has yet to be confirmed.
Nintendo recently confirmed that it has stopped making first-party Wii games, but said that the console still has a lot of potential.
The company suggested that new Wii bundles were inbound, believing that the console would continue to sell at the right price.
Regarding the Wii Mini, Nintendo has refused to comment on rumour and speculation.
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Copyright: NintendoThe Wii U is available now in North America and November 30 in Europe. A basic and premium edition will be available, as well as a European-exclusive ZombiU bundle.
The basic pack includes a white Wii U console with 8GB of memory, a Wii U GamePad, an AC adapter and an HDMI cable.
The Premium set will offer the system in black with 32GB of memory, a copy of Nintendo Land, Wii U sensor bar, a GamePad charging cradle, stands for the GamePad and console and Nintendo Network Premium membership.
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