Thrustmaster T-charge+ NW Nintendo Wii Accessory Review

Posted: May 15 2007, 12:09pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:50am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Thrustmaster T-charge+ NW Nintendo Wii Accessory Review
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The Nintendo Wii is one of the hottest gaming consoles ever. If you are tired of having to replace your Wii remote batteries frequently and are looking for some added protection for your Wii remotes and Nunchucks Thrustmaster has what you need.

The Thrustmaster T-charge+ NW is a storage stand for two Wii remotes and Nunchucks that also features a quartet of rechargeable batteries with a charger built into one of the stands.

Review excerpt: “The Wii remote protectors are designed so that you don’t have to remove them to access the batteries. A textured finish on the protectors makes gripping the Wii remote easier and more safe during extended play where your hands might get sweaty.” Read the full Thrustmaster T-charge+ NW Nintendo Wii Accessory Review here.

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