Nyko Wii peripherals debut at CES (Update)

Nyko’s got some pretty neat stuff coming up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas for the Wii. The three accessories we’ve heard news of so far are the wireless sensor bar, a remote recharging station, and a high-def component cable. Here’s the basic info from their press release:

Nyko’s Charge Station for Wii enables gamers to simultaneously charge two Wii remotes, maintaining a steady supply of power with two additional rechargeable NiMH batteries. The charging dock allows the user to easily keep 2 Wii-Remotes charged at all times by plugging into any wall outlet. The dock has convenient and easy to read LED indicator lights, as well as a 6 foot power cord that allows the unit to be conveniently placed in even the most crowded entertainment areas. For those active gaming sessions, the Charge Station for Wii also includes two rubberized battery covers to make sure even the most energetic gamer keeps a grip on the Wii-Remote. The Charge Station for the Nintendo Wii will has a suggested retail price of $29.99.

For the ultimate in convenience and performance, Nyko’s Wireless Sensor Bar provides a neat, obstacle-free gaming environment. With the Wireless Sensor Bar, Wii gamers can play up to 25 feet away from their television with no wires or cords. The Wireless Sensor Bar can be placed anywhere the consumer wishes, making it ideal for wall-mounted televisions and projectors. The product features up to 30 hours of battery life on four AA batteries (included), and also includes an optional built-in battery saving function which emits an audible alarm when the Wireless Sensor Bar has been left idle for a user-determined amount of time. The Wireless Sensor Bar for the Nintendo Wii will has a suggested retail price of $19.99.

To meet the needs of consumers demanding the best in visual performance from their Nintendo Wii, Nyko is proud to offer the HD-Link for Wii. The HD-Link provides a crystal clear image at a resolution of up to 480p. The cable also includes high-quality audio cables, providing realistic immersive sound. The HD-Link is 8 feet long to accommodate any entertainments setup and is shielded to provide interference-free performance. The HD-Link for the Nintendo Wii has a suggested retail price of $19.99.

Not bad. Not bad at all. Considering you’ll probably save a ton on batteries in the long run, the recharging station sounds rather appealing at $29.99. And of course, everyone’s been clamoring for a wireless sensor bar since the Wii’s release.

[Via Gaming Bits

[Update: Pictures from CES are now available courtesy of MAXCONSOLE. Check them out at the link or in the gallery below.]

Ishaan