4Gamers Wireless Sensor Bar Reviews
Product Type: 4Gamers game controllers
Description:Manufacturer: 4Gamers / Connectivity Technology: Wireless
Newest Review: ... do plan on getting a wireless one I would recommend getting a battery charger that you can charge from the mains. Also most ... more
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Customer 4Gamers Wireless Sensor Bar Reviews (5)
by - written on 25/09/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I first thought the idea of a wireless sensor bar for the wii would be a good thing. However now I have a wireless one, I've changes my mind, for starters it doesn't really matter too much is it has wires on it as, in my case, the wires just go round the back of the TV anyway, so was really a solution to a problem that doesn't exist for me. Since this is a wireless sensor bar it needs to get its power source from somewhere else that isn't the mains plug, so it require batteries, and a lot of them, this sensor bar requires 6 AA batteries. So it can be very expensive if you have to keep buying new packs of batteries, so if you do plan on getting a wireless one I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Without the Nintendo Wii Sensor bar you cannot play the Wii as simple as. The Nintendo Wii will come with the sensor bar when you buy the console but these can easily become damaged from falling off of the top of the TV one too many times or having a kitten knock it down, bat it all over the house and then chew the wire - yes my cute little kitty, I am looking at you and your naughty sister for making us have to buy a replacement! On our travels we popped into Game to purchase a replacement sensor bar. We had the full intention of purchasing the official sensor bar as usually I do think that the official things are the best (and I am a bit of a freak in that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
The Nintendo Wii console makes great use of a clever wifi technology, to allow for a simple interactive gaming experience. The whole thing depends on the small and slim sensor bar that is made to sit on top of your tv. Which is all fine and dandy until your sensor fails! When ours broke after a bit of over enthusiastic cleaning, led to it being rather roughly jolted across the back of the tv on to the floor, we had to look around for a replacement and came across the 4 Gamers Wifi Sensor Bar. ********************************************************** The 4 Gamers wifi sensor was well priced and seemed a good replacement for our damaged sensor ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
An essential aspect of the Nintendo Wii is obviously the sensor bar....without this wave goodbye to the motion sensing controls. It's the device that sits on top of your TV and picks up the movements you make as you wave your arms round like a maniac playing the latest Wii titles. Having a very slim TV however I always have issues balancing the bar on top of it and it frequently fell off until one day, after trying all sorts to figure out why my Wii wasn't working, I realised the sensor bar had given in so I popped down to Gamestation fully intent on getting the official sensor bar as the replacement. However, priced at £3.99 in the corner was the 4gamers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Anyone who own a Wii console will be familiar with the sensor bar that comes included with the console. The bar usually sits on top of your TV screen and is used to track the movement of the Wii controller so that this is accurately replicated on screen. The sensor bar comes with a ridiculously long wire, which is very thin and not at all user friendly, as I found out when my kittens bit through it! Without my sensor bar, I would not be able to play games on the Wii, so I trawled through Amazon looking for a replacement. The 4 Gamers Wireless sensor bar immediately caught my eye, especially as it would have no wire for the kitties to chomp on. The bar ... Read the complete review
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