Are you one of the 47 zillion people who own a Wii? Do you have $50?
Do you want a new car? Do you want a Wii remote control charging device that can charge up to four controllers simultaneously? Sure, why not.
The Charge Station Quad does just that, and if it’s anything like the company’s two-controller charger you’re in for a treat. Well, in so far as the station does, in fact, charge your Wii remote controls, even if you’ve gone the responsible route and have a wrist strap connected to ‘em.
Go through enough batteries and this will pay for itself, in a sense.
- Founded 1889
- Overview Nintendo is a Japanese multinational consumer electronics company developing game consoles. It is engaged in developing, manufacturing and distributing best-selling desktop and portable consoles and related hardware and software components. It also offers entertainment products such as Family Computer/NES, Super Famicom/SNES, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, Wii and Wii U. Nintendo was founded on …
- Location Kyoto, Kyoto
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- Founded 1996
- Overview Nyko Technologies® develops, manufactures and markets innovative peripherals to enhance the digital lifestyle. The company's mission is to deliver products that solve problems and improve user experience for work and play. Nyko specializes in interactive entertainment, computing, consumer electronics, portable audio, as well as online and wireless technologies. The company has distribution through …
- Location Los Angeles, California
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- Description The Wii is the fifth game console in Nintendo's entertainment system line. The console is the direct successor to the Nintendo GameCube. The Wii has disrupted the Console market outshining competition from Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's playstation 3. The console is distinguished by its wireless remotes which control games by detecting movement and acceleration.
- Website http://wii.nintendo.com
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