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Nyko's wireless sensor bar bargain

Eric Caoili
October 5, 2007
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Though it's significantly larger than Nintendo's inconspicious sensor bar, requires four AA batteries (included) for up to 30 hours of use, and is, of course, much more expensive than the free accessory that comes with every console, Nyko's Wii Wireles Sensor Bar has a few things going for it:
  1. True to its product name, it's wireless
  2. Reviews have mentioned noticing "slightly better tracking" and "comparatively less jittering" within a 25-foot range
  3. Amazon currently has a day-long deal offering the sensor bar at a reduced price of $8.99, over 50% less than its usual $19.99 listing
  4. It doubles as a pole for those spontaneous limbo games that often occur
So, we've argued the Wii Wireless Sensor Bar's case -- presenting the facts and links relevant to the sale. We'll leave you to decide whether or not it's worth your money.

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