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Wireless Wii Sensor Bar for Four Bucks

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I know Nintendo tried to fool us into thinking that the Wii sensor bar actually sensed things. We’re too smart for that, Nintendo! We know it’s actually a transmitter and that the Wii-mote is the real sensor here.

In light of all this, doesn’t this doo-hickey make a ton of sense?

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December 10, 2007 - Posted by | Games and Gaming, Geeks and Gadgetry

2 Comments

  1. I had a defective $20 Wireless “IR Array” when I first bought my Wii. One LED was dead right out of the box. Never going wireless after that. The wire on the OEM “Sensor” Bar is actually very long. Long enough to run thru a conduit in my wall with plenty of wire to spare.

    Comment by Bernard | December 10, 2007

  2. I actually use the oem wired “emitter” bar as well. Plenty of cable length. The wireless models don’t really float my boat, since I’m not fond of the idea of worrying about batteries in the things. Oh, and I put the wired bar down on my tv stand in front of the tv, effectively below the tv, not on top of it. Much more stable, and no chance of it falling anywhere. If it ever breaks, I’m just going the candle route since we’re always burning them anyway. 😉

    Comment by Joe | December 11, 2007


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