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Nintendo Tennis, Anyone? Wii, Wii

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Nintendo Tennis, Anyone? Wii, Wii

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Nintendo Tennis, Anyone? Wii, Wii

Nintendo Tennis, Anyone? Wii, Wii

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As a new style of video-game console, the Nintendo Wii is exceeding sales expectations. The device is controlled with body movements, not just thumb work, making games such as video tennis more active. Technology writer Mario Armstrong exchanges a few volleys with Renee Montagne.

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