The reception varied widely in the early videos. Malaysians and Indonesians greeted the device in the style to which we've become accustomed, with long lines and high-volume hoopla.
In Beijing, by contrast, snow, high prices and a clunky pre-registration lottery conspired to make for unexpectedly low turnout, as the Wall Street Journal video below explains.
UPDATE: No snow in Shanghai. No lines either.
Video courtesy of the Wall Street Journal
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