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E3 10: Hands too small for Wiimotes? Worry no longer!


2:16 PM on 06.14.2010
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Tiny people and young children rejoice! Your Wii Remote and nunchuck worries are finally over. If you've known anyone with small hands you know their struggle to overcome Wiimotus Tobigus and its often related condition Nunchukus Cantcontrolus. Thankfully, Power A is here with smaller Wii Remotes and nunchucks for all these terribly afflicted people.

The two new miniature controllers come together in the Pro Pack Mini and are 35 percent smaller than the original Wii Remote and nunchuck. They're completely compatible with the Wii MotionPlus and have a "silky, soft" finish to them for better gripping. Also, glowing buttons and pretty colors. You can pick up both for $49.99 this August.

It's good to see companies doing great for for those afflicted with such horrible, terrible, no good maladies.






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