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Selling like Hot Cakes

Posted by: , 05:23 AEST, Sat April 26, 2008

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A new study states that the typical shelf life of a Nintendo Wii is one hour
It is extremely common to see a sign that says "Sold Out" when shopping for a Nintendo Wii at any electronics store. Even outputting over 700,00 a month, Nintendo just cannot keep up with the demand for these popular gaming consoles.

If you are fortunate enough to get your hands on Wii, one of two things happened. You were either there at the right time and right place or you paid a inflated price off eBay or someone similar. According to Nintendo's American boss, Reggie Fils, a Wii sits on the store shelf for no longer than a hour before it sales.


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