Well I wonder if that "paid for the first one this one free" applies to early Wii owners as well, since iirc the browser was free for a short period of time, right?
However, after June, those who haven't downloaded the Opera browser will have to download it for 500 Wii Points via Wii Shop Channel.Opera announced that it's developing a browser for Nintendo's Wii console, on May 10, 2006.For best results on Wii, validate a Web siteusing the W3C validator, and check that Flash content is compatible with Flash 7.Download Opera's free developer tools at to aid development using Opera.Video Screenshots Comic Today the My Opera community will launch a splash page for users accessing this site from Wii. Nintendo is currently offering a free trial of Opera for Wii which is now available for download.
My Opera for Wii will feature gaming news provided by Gamespot, spotlight My Opera gaming enthusiasts and groups, as well as provide links to forums about gaming and Nintendo products. The release of the final version of the Opera browser for Wii is currently scheduled for late March 2007.
Whether surfing the Web or playing a Wii game, users of all kinds will find fun, new experiences with Wii.
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to deliver our browser to Wii and let the world see what Opera is capable of on a game console, says Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software.
"Helper Meister 20" will unlock all Virtual Console games on every platform! Update: The Internet Channel is now free in North America, and the NES Virtual Console download credit will be extended to those who purchased the browser in the region.
This document provides a quick historical reference to Opera versions, release dates, release streams, rendering engines, Java Script engine, user agent/ID strings formats, features, and improvements.
The information below describes version history for Opera browsers built using the Web Kit/Chromium rendering engine, Opera versions 15.0 and above.