Wii Wireless Sensor Bar

When you’re on the go, a Wii Wireless Sensor Bar [affiliate] is important. So when you’re lugging your Wii around, you don’t want to be bothered with that sensor bar’s flimsy cord that could snap fairly easily. To be assured, that thing just isn’t as robust for those that are a bit more clumsy or just don’t want to mess with the hassle of a cord.
No problems. Nyko has you covered with this wireless wonder. It can sense controllers up to twenty feet and the four AA batteries provide many many hours of use. In fact, it claims around thirty hours of use! What’s more is that there’s an alarm system to turn off the wireless sensor if you’re the forgetful type.
For fifteen bucks, this was a steal.
One other thing… you would think that there’s a lot of configuration or something but from my experience, it was basically put in the batteries, and turn the thing on. Then turn on your Wii. Takes absolutely no thought what so ever. Things that are made easily enough to operate like that makes the portability even more desired.