Ever had to fumble with your Wii remote to sync it up to the console unit? The Wii U may remedy that age old problem.
Despite the tech being the same in the Wii Remote Plus and the new Wii U remotes, the packaging will differ on the outside. One other change as found by Nintendo Connect is the sync button being on the outside, instead of being wedged beside the batteries.
The Wii U console itself will also have its sync button exposed on the front for easy communication between man and beast, or rather Wii Remote and console. Convenient, eh?
A useful change? Do you have to sync your controllers regularly?