The system releases on November 18th with two price points: a basic set (in white) $299.99 and deluxe set (in black) for $349.99.
In comparison, the deluxe set will have the black color, more memory, a console stand, GamePad cradle, and Nintendo Land bundled in. The basic set will merely have AC adapters, HDMI cables, and a sensor bar.
Both SKUs will come only with a Wii U GamePad; Wii remotes will be compatible with the new system and, therefore, won’t launch with the system. For those that aren’t part of the 100 million people with a Wii-mote, they will be sold separately.