- Category: CES 2010
- Published: Saturday, 09 January 2010 00:00
- Written by Lersar
Wand +: Nyko's poular alternative to the Nintendo version of the Wii remote one-up's the competition by featuring an installed Wii Motion Plus device, without extending the overall length of the product. Finalist in the Best of CES Awards.
Charge Base/Quatro: A suspended charging system using magnetic pull to keep the remote securely in place during charge. Available in black and white, two port or four.
Perfect Shot: The popular handgun converter for the Nintendo Wii remote makes a comeback, this time equipped with rumble feature!
Keyboard Attachment: A great alternative to the wireless, full size, and often akward keyboard available for the Wii, this allows a QWERTY keyboard to be easily accesible during play, splitting the board in half with the remote set in-between.
USB HUB/Remote: For the fans, nyko has turned the minimized two USB ports back into two, and included an RF sensor and remote.
USB Controller: Another answer to the gamer's call, using the classic L2/R2 trigger buttons as opposed to the declined Sony version. No SIXAXIS, but rumble feature.
Ear Buds: A flexible alternative to other head sets for the Xbox 360 on the market, these ear buds can snap together with magents around the neck when not in use. Features an included microphone and full mute and volume options.