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    TeknoCreation's InCharge Induction Remote Charger Powers Wii Remotes Through Silicon Skins


    Lithium polymer batteries provide up to 25 hours of battery life per charge.



    <script>showUSloc=(checkLocale('uk')||checkLocale( 'au'));document.writeln(showUSloc ? 'US, ' : '');</script> September 17, 2008 - Video game accessories have just reached a new stage of technological innovation with the introduction of TeknoCreations's InCharge remote charger for Nintendo Wii. Designed to charge one or two Wii remotes, the InCharge is the first and only charging station that will power Wii remotes without having to remove Silicon skins or most other similar protective covers.

    Using the power of Lithium Polymer battery packs, the InCharge for Wii provides up to 25 hours of battery life on a full charge and is 50% lighter than other charge solutions for Wii. Likewise the InCharge, which retails for $34.99, uses a contactless inductive charging solution rather than metal contacts to charge each Wii remote. With the InCharge, gamers can save money on batteries as well as eliminate complications that arise from dirty or greasy battery contacts that occur with other Wii chargers.

    "The InCharge is a powerful and effective tool that every Wii fan can benefit from," commented Mark Kasok, TeknoCreation's VP of Sales and Marketing. "Our designers have completely eliminated the metallic contact points that always seem to fail over time due to excessive accumulation of dirt, grime, sweat and grease. And gamers no longer have to constantly remove and replace their protective remote skins. Simply drop the Wii remote into the cradle and it will quickly recharge for up to twenty five hours of gaming." Continued Kasok: "The InCharge is the most convenient, cost-effective and technologically advanced charging station available to Wii fans."

    InCharge Product Highlights:

    • Charges through Nintendo Silicon skins and most other protective skins
    • Uses Lithium Polymer Batteries for increased charging power and reliability
    • Charge up to two Wii remotes simultaneously
    • Non-metal conductive charging solution (charge not affected by dirt or grime)
    • Up to 25 hours of battery power per charge
    • Rapid recharge solution
    • 50% lighter than other charging solutions
    • Easy to read LED charge indicator lights
    • Easy to clean and saves on battery cost

    About TeknoCreations

    TeknoCreations is a forward-looking developer and manufacturer of consumer related electronics, including products designed specifically for the video game and security industries. The company's focus is on pioneering new ways to enhance the consumers experience with electronic entertainment through fresh technological innovation. As its name implies TeknoCreations is dedicated to creating new, and improving upon current, technology in order to enhance electronic entertainment on every level. Teknocreations' corporate office is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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    Cool, nice post. Any screenshots?
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    i too would like to see how it looks

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    Thanks jbloggs!
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    I had a view of The adapter connected to the socket and then a cable that branches out into 2 cables that connect to the cotrollers.
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    Sound like just what i was looking for...

    Do you know if this is available on the streets to buy yet?
    If yes then where can i buy this charger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devastator View Post
    Sound like just what i was looking for...

    Do you know if this is available on the streets to buy yet?
    If yes then where can i buy this charger?
    I think i saw this at GAME last week on staurday. I'll take a look at the picture and see
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiihacker3434 View Post
    I think i saw this at GAME last week on staurday. I'll take a look at the picture and see

    If you could check availability that would be really appreciated.

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    im wondering whats the actual lifetime of these batteries are (how many charges till its dead)

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