Ars Technica writes:
"While Nintendo didn't have a booth at CES, it was impossible to ignore the fact that everyone else was using the Wii system and the Nintendo brand to draw people into their booths. Showing off a huge projector? Hook up a Wii, put Wii Sports on the screen, and start handing out controllers. Same thing with televisions, chairs, speakers, home theater decorations... you name it. If the product was in some way able to have a Wii hooked up to it, that's the way vendors tried to hook observers."