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Bajarin believes it’s going to take "a little bit of time" for the Wii U’s dual-screen gaming concept to sink in with people. If it proves popular, Nintendo could see even more competition at its hands.

"Technologically, it’s not a leap of the imagination to see Apple, Google, Microsoft do something like this," he says.

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