Thrustmaster Unveils New Wii Remote Charging Solutions

Posted: Nov 2 2009, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:13pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Thrustmaster has unveiled a new line of Wii Remote charging solutions. The first is called the T-charge Stand Contactless+ NW. The charger replaces the standard stand for the Wii with a new one that holds the console and has two places to charge Wii remotes.

The stand includes new battery doors that allow the remotes to be recharged by sitting them on the stand cradles and doesn’t require users to remove the silicone cases from the remotes for charging. The charger can charge two remotes at once. The T-Charge Quattro+ NW is able to charge four Wii remotes at once.

The device has a stand that can charge two remotes at one time and includes four battery compartment covers to outfit four remotes. Exactly why the charger wasn't made longer to charge all four remotes at once is unknown. The contactless stand sells for $39.99 and the Quattro+ NW sells for $34.99.

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