The Best Looking Wii Wheel

Posted: Mar 21 2008, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:51am CDT, in News | Gaming

The best looking Wii Wheel
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Mario Kart for the Nintendo Wii will be released on April 27th. Videogame accessory maker Thrustmaster just announced what I think is the best looking Wii Wheel to date.

The Thrustmaster T-Go Kart NW is modeled after a kart steering wheel and is the first to feature a sporty rubber grip.
The T-Go Kart NW Wii wheel has a slot to house the Wii Remote with access holes on either side.
The left hand hole allows the infrared pointer to be used for browsing in-game menus without having to remove the Wii Remote from the wheel. The right hand hole allows access to the wrist band or connect an additional Nunchuck controller.

Of course to play Mario Kart for Wii you do not need a plastic contraption in the shape of a wheel - but I am sure kids will love it.

The T-Go Kart NW will be available in April, at the recommended retail price of $9.99.
Via the Thrustmaster site.

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