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Wii Remote XL+ Goes to Retail in April

Sunflex Europe, known for high-tech gaming accessories of the brand snakebyte for all gaming consoles, handhelds and the PC, has used the last few months to improve the Remote XL+

New Features for Remote XL+:

Motion Plus integrated:
Motion Plus is already integrated in the remote to offer you a comfortable all-in-one solution, which automatically (de)activates the Motion Plus feature while playing games which do, or do not support Motion Plus.

Increased range:
The integrated camera was emphatically improved and now also offers you the possibility to step away up to 5 meters from the Sensor Bar.

ECO-Mode:
Thanks to improved efficiency, the Remote XL+ uses less energy than comparable products on the market. The batteries have a longer life, therefore reducing the environmental pollution.

Integrated batteries and charging possibility via USB:
The Remote XL+ already has batteries included in the delivery which can be charged via USB directly in the remote. A USB cable is also included in the set. Since the batteries are off-the-shelf items, they can be exchanged with any other AA batteries at any time without having to buy expensive accessories.

External sync button:

Because the sync button is on the outside of the remote, you do not have to open the battery compartment to synchronize your remote with the Wii.

The Remote XL+ will be available in April for 49.99€ in the stores or the snakebyte web shop, and will come in white or black colors.

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One comment on 'Wii Remote XL+ Goes to Retail in April'

Comment by Mr.this isnt my name on 2010-03-30 10:53:36

WTF, i’d rather have an official remote with mtion plus suckers

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