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    Wireless sensor bar

    Any body here have one or is it pointless?

    http://www.wirelesssensorbar.com/

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    It would be useful for people with projectors, or people who disconnect their wii a lot to bring it to friends houses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenEnvy
    It would be useful for people with projectors, or people who disconnect their wii a lot to bring it to friends houses.
    yep, and for everyone else the standard one should be more than enough.

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    I saw a picture of it somewhere and it had the normal sensor bar on top, this new one's really big compared to the normal one. I might get it after the price comes down just because I don't like having wires everywhere

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    i'm getting one and i think its great, my entertainment center is neat i don't like wires all over the place, so i can leave the wii closed in my entertainment cneter and have my wireless bar below tv its great i think
    Last edited by Sytek; 02-19-2007 at 02:07 PM.

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    i believe nintendo is comming out with their own line of wireless bars in march i thought? its like 24$ or something along those lines....that i deff want to get considering GreenEnvy hit the nail right on the head. i always bring my wii to other peoples houses. i normaly just wrap the wire longways around the wii bar but even so, anything to eliminate wires and "extra steps/work"

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    I'll stick with the regular scensor bar because it comes with a stand, it's smaller and it looks better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FR.
    I'll stick with the regular scensor bar because it comes with a stand, it's smaller and it looks better.

    i lost my stand and im majorly pissed about it! its either at my house somewhere covered in clothes (when i get home, i dont believe in laundry hampers apparently lmao) or at my BFs house covered in ammo! (dont ask lol!)

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    Big N Fanboy Since 1990 Sytek's Avatar
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    woops totally wrote that wrong LoL

    I'm getting one***

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    The wireless sensor bar is a great idea but is flawed for the simple fact that anything wireless has to run on batteries. In this case the sensor bar I saw yesterday at my local game store was retailed at $20 and runs on 4 AA batteries that means I gotta get more rechargable batteries. Which would cost about $10. So altogether I'll be spending like close to $30 to $35 dollars to maintain it. I would stick with the original sensor bar.
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