The Wii U comes in two different versions, Basic and Deluxe. Basic retails for $300, is white, and includes the system, GamePad, Sensor Bar, AC adapters, 8GB of internal storage, and an HDMI cable. The Deluxe set ($350) comes with everything from the basic model, plus a copy of Nintendo Land, a console stand, GamePad charging cradle and a stand, and replaces the 8GB of memory with 32GB. Deluxe also comes with a Deluxe Digital Promotion that offers bonuses and rebates on downloadable purchases.
While the European prices have yet to been officially set, several retailers have already started pricing both sets. Current prices have be hovering around £250 for Basic and £299 for Deluxe. Hopefully Nintendo will soon lay down a set price.