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Mark Peters : March 6th 2009 - 14:30 CET

Nintendo Wii photo print channel


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FujifilmFujifilm & Nintendo showcases Wii digital photo print channel : Fujifilm and Nintendo are pleased to announce at the PMA 2009 Show in Las Vegas (United States) the launch of the Digital Photo Print Channel for Nintendo Wii game console, an internet-based printing service for digital photo prints, photobooks and other funny items, using Nintendo’s Wii. Fujifilm currently offers a high quality printing service which produces digital photo prints, and photobooks which assembles several photos into an album. Fujifilm also offers online printing services that allows customers to easily place digital photo prints orders. This service was presented at the Fujifilm booth during the 2009 PMA Show.
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Nintendo Wii photo channel
Nintendo’s aim is that the Wii game console will become “the machine that puts smiles on peoples faces” via communications to all the family. In addition to the traditional game genre,
Nintendo always tries to provide new experiences which will enrich peoples daily lives. As an example, using the Nintendo Wii’s “Photo Channel,” users can upload digital photos taken with their own digital camera or cell phone with an SD memory card, and enjoy displaying those images on their TV screen, editing the images, creating movie slides, and sharing them with family and friends.

Nintendo photo print channel

Nintendo photo print channel features
• Images captured with a digital camera are printed as high quality photos
• Original Nintendo Wii Digital Photo book
• Original Nintendo Wii Name Card

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Nintendo Wii photo print service
This Nintendo Wii-based print service has already started in Japan and is also scheduled to be launched worldwide. Through their synergy, Fujifilm and Nintendo aim to offer the whole family an easy to use and convenient service to get the most out of their digital photographs. The customers edit their photos using the contents provided at the Digital Photo Print Channel to create an order data via the Nintendo Wii, Fujifilm will then fulfill the order by creating/sending the final products.

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Nintendo Wii game console showcased at PMA 2009 Show in Las Vegas




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