In: Articles by Edie Sellers10 Jun 2011
That may be a possibility, according to Satoru Iwata.
In an interview
“Of course, this is supposed to be a video game machine so you can play a video game. But at the same time, you may want to see a situation where your mom or your wife, they want to see some video stream from the console to the kitchen,” Iwata said.
He didn’t mention whether your father or your husband might want that, too, but that’s a whole other article.
Bottom line, if you consider that the Wii already streams Netflix — and one would expect that the Wii U might do the same — the controller might easily become your convenient portable pad to stream movies around the house without the added expense of something like an iPad.
Wonder how long it will take before one gets dropped in the tub.
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