Very Cool Energizer Flat Panel Induction Charger For Wii Remotes Unveiled

Posted: Oct 20 2009, 6:03am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:56pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Because wires suck it is great that more and more wireless charging solutions are hitting the market. Today Energizer and PDP unleash the Energizer Flat Panel Induction Charger.
The Energizer Flat Panel Induction Charger simply lets you lay your Wii remote down on the charge pad.
There is no fussing with wires or battery packs, and no need to remove sleeves, Wii MotionPlus or lanyards. Magnets secure the Wii remotes in the perfect position on the charger.
The Energizer Flat Panel Induction Charger features a futuristic design and comes in a two-remote and a four-remote design.
The Energizer Flat Panel Induction Charger is now available from retailers around the country. The two-remote charger retails for $29.99 and the four-remote charger for $49.99.

Last year, Energizer, the world’s No. 1 selling rechargeable battery brand, partnered with PDP to introduce a series of products to power game controllers. The Energizer Power & Play line has found great success with more than 1.3 million sold to date.

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