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Wireless Sensor Bar For Wii

Posted by Anthony Dickens

Cable not long enough?

No problem! Some clever little spark has managed to create a wireless sensor bar for Wii.

Remember all those people that complained that the Wii's sensor bar was too short? Now there's a easy solution, wireless sensor bar, just what all those Projector types were after!

"The Wireless Sensor Bar™ can be used with any Wireless / IR control system that uses anchored IR points, such as the Nintendo Wii Remotes ("Wiimotes").

~ 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!

The Wireless Sensor Bar™ is battery powered, extremely easy to use, and has no external wires- perfect for any home gaming or home theatre system."

Interesting, we don't really need one here, but if anyone does decide to get one of these please let us know about about it!

[via wirelesssensorbar.com]

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User Comments (5)

dannybuoy

#1

dannybuoy said:

Who is seriously going to by this thing? It is horrible.. its made up from bits you can buy in hardwear store.. I would never want to put this ugly white blob under the svelt lines of my samsung HD TV. Get serious, the Nintendo bar is tiny, it would be worth moving your entertainment system around just to avoid using this monster. I'd rather sit there with flash lights beaming at my face than look at this piece of kit. It looks like something that a very old cripple might use to adjust the angle of their electric bed. The cheeky ba***rds have even TM'd the name! GET REAL!

antdickensAdmin

#2

antdickens said:

LMAO, I can see its uses, for people using projectors and stuff, but certainly wouldn't buy one myself ;)

Masterless

#3

Masterless said:

The battery life would worry me if I actually wanted one, 48hr battery life using "extended" batteries. I know in a few days I have played over 48hrs already meaning a battery change. And the stated battery life is never as long as they say; 48hrs would probably it being on but not used. Can't someone just make a cable extension?

AndyR

#5

AndyR said:

I wonder how this compares in price (and robustness) to the nintendo bar. When I kart my Wii around its the most fragile part of the kit. I'm sure I'll need a replacement sometime.

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