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    Wireless Sensor Bar (Europe?) and Charging station

    Hey everyone, I was wondering where would I be able to buy a Wireless Sensor Bar (probably from Nyko) that could be shipped to Europe and not just the US & Canada and which Charging station you think is better: Joytech's or Nyko's?

    Thanks!

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    http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-...-chargers.html

    There's a few different chargers on there and lot's of people have given their opinions and stuff so I thought this would be helpfull

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    Thanks! Now I would still like to knows somewhere I could buy a Wireless Sensor Bar (probably from Nyko) that could be shipped to Europe?

    EDIT: Just found Gamestop has it and ships to European countries. It's back ordered at the moment though.
    Last edited by RoninPedoroshin; 03-12-2007 at 11:53 AM.

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    no need to buy a wireless one just you candles

    KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON.


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    But them wax runs out faster than batteries!

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    I'm looking for a wireless sensor bar too... I just found this site!

    http://www.wirelesssensorbar.com/domain.html

    don't know if I'll buy it from there tho!?!?!?

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    Whats this Candle thing?



    No Longer Have A Wii


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    Quote Originally Posted by Let_It_Burn
    I'm looking for a wireless sensor bar too... I just found this site!

    http://www.wirelesssensorbar.com/domain.html

    don't know if I'll buy it from there tho!?!?!?
    Unfortunately they aren't active anymore as they're done selling sensor bars (I wonder why didn't they keep making more when Wii just came out only 4 months ago, they would profit much more if they kept selling).

    Quote Originally Posted by Wii_Smurf
    Whats this Candle thing?
    Two candles serve the same function as a sensor bar since it emits invisible infra-red radiation. Inside the sensor bar are 5 IR leds on each side. The Wiimote reads those two IR signals to determine its position in space. The wire that goes from the sensor bar to the Wii doesn't transfer anything else besides electric energy. All of the position information is detected by the Wiimote and then transfered via Bluetooth to the Wii.

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