Thrustmaster has just launched the T-Wireless NW gamepad that offers an alternative to the semi-wired Classic Controller from Nintendo. This gamepad communicates with the Wii through a 2.4GHz wireless dongle that is connected to the Wii’s GameCube controller port, providing you with a maximum operating range of 30 feet (although it would be less in real life). It retails at the same price point as well ($19.99), so you will definitely experience a mental tussle before making a purchase decision. Those looking for more bang for their buck will definitely settle for Thrustmaster’s solution when it is released this October since it frees them from a wired lifestyle, but sometimes it is hard to argue with a fanboy.
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