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Nintendo Wii U Adds Video Chat
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12/2/2012 | 7:13:05 PM
re: Nintendo Wii U Adds Video Chat
Great addition the meeting deck platform, why not have your company meeting on your Wii? The author makes some valid points, costs of video conferencing systems for businesses are quite high. The new Wii goes for price ranging from $300-$500, in all the ads I was reading, that is a small cost to collaborate meetings into your business. I also like that you have the small screen on the hand held that allows you to be semi-mobile in your workspace during meetings.

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