Sanyo Contactless Charger Set For Wii Unveiled

Posted: Jul 24 2008, 7:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:39am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Sanyo announces a Contactless Charger Set for the Nintendo Wii Remote Control under the license of Nintendo.

The Wii remote uses two AA batteries and it is well known to take up many batteries. The Sanyo set offers you the convenience of simple charging by placing the Wii remote control into the specialized stand, the only battery and charger made under license from Nintendo, and the capability to sequentially charge 4 controllers from a single AC adapter. The charger also offers a charge failure detection function, ensuring safe recharging. The charge time is 220 minutes.

Sanyo's battery pack and charger and the Contactless Charger Set for the Wii Remote Control, will be on sale in Japan starting from August 25, 2008.
There will be four product sets:
Sanyo eneloop Contactless Charger Set for Wii Remote Control N-WR01S
Sanyo eneloop Wii Remote Control Contactless Charge Stand NC-WR01DC
Sanyo eneloop Wii Remote Control Contactless Rechargeable Battery Pack NC-WR01BA
Sanyo eneloop Wii Remote Control Contactless Charge Stand AC Adapter NC-WR01AD-JU

Via this Sanyo press-release.

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