More Wii Battery Suckage

December 12th, 2006 . by Josh

That is of course, if you buy this new Wii wireless sensor bar. But what exactly is the point? The Nintendo sensor bar has a nice long wire, it's very thin so it can be hidden easily and it's powered by the Wii itself, not batteries. The product itself appears to boast these features:

  • Uses Wii Standard 3-8 foot ideal range
  • Setup and use in seconds with 1 button design
  • On / Off switch with Red LED indicator
  • 48+ hrs of gameplay battery life
  • Adhesive strip on bottom for easy mounting
  • Uses 9 Volt battery (extended life)
  • Designed, produced, and tested in America!
  • No more tripping over the cord!

No more tripping over the cord? If you can't stick that wire from the default Nintendo bar behind your tv, you deserve to trip. But this wireless Wii sensor bar will run your wallet for $24 with $12 shipping and handling, or an extra $45 for overnight shipping.

[Source: Kotaku

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