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Wii clone in the window of Ryness Lighting & Electrical on High Holborn

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Wii clone in the window of Ryness Lighting & Electrical in High Holborn, originally uploaded by renaissancechambara.

I was walking to Chancery Lane tube station along High Holborn when I noticed this in the window of Ryness electrical store which caters to the legal and financial institutions round about.

I wonder what does a Wii copycat console say about the state of their customers recession-repressed incomes / buying power?

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Thanks to…

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For linking to this blog recently:

Bob Ashley blogging over at AriWriter


Jed Hallam

Becky Michael

Jonny Rosemont

Scott Lachut at PSFK

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