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Nyko Wii Wands get some color

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 16th, 2009

Nyko Wii Wands get some colorRight when Nintendo finally puts some black on your Wiimote, Nyko is dropping four new candy colors for its Wand Wii remote.

Looks like Nyko is following Nintendo closely, offering the same blue and pink color choices that Nintendo is offering in Japan. There’s also black and purple. They should be available now for $29.99.

Nyko Charge Base IC for Wiimotes

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Nyko Charge Base ICNyko continues to push the envelope when it comes to Wii accessories. Their latest Charge Station IC takes things to the next level. It holds two Wiimotes using magnets and charges the controllers via induction.

And it doesn’t matter if they are wearing silicon sleeves or have the Wii Motion Plus add-ons. There’s also an extra USB port in back, just in case you want to charge something else. Nothing on price or availability just yet. It will likely fall into the $30-40 range.

Nyko Type Pad Pro brings QWERTY to the Wii

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

Nyko Type Pad Pro brings QWERTY to the WiiForget other Wii peripherals. This one makes your Wiimote look like an airplane that also sports QWERTY keys. This one is compatible with the Nyko Wand and not so compatible with the Wiimote because it lacks Nyko’s proprietary Trans-Port Technology.

What the Type Pad Pro does is transform an ordinary Nintendo controller into a sort of airplane looking full QWERTY keyboard. Through Trans-Port communication, the A and B buttons on the Wand are relocated to the Type Pad while the pad itself integrates with the Wii through a wireless USB dongle.


New Wii accessories from Nyko

Posted in Nyko by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2009

New Wii accessories from NykoNyko has unveiled new accessory packs for their Wand 3rd-Party Wiimote. You can get the Wand Action Pak and the the Wand Core Pak. The Wand Action Pak includes a Wand Wiimote and Pistol Grip. The new pistol grip has a digital connection to the remote instead of the usual mechanical connection to a button. It’s Trans-Port so they claim it will reduce wear and tear. There is also a switch on the bottom of the grip that can flip the A and B buttons for use in different games. That’s probbly the best part.

The Wand Core Pak includes a Wand and a wired Kama, Nyko’s own version of the Nunchuck. The Kama has vibration and connects to the Wand with a 4 foot cord. The Wand Action pack will be available for $49.99 in June, while the Wand Core Pack should be available also in June for $49.99.

Nyko Wand WiiMote priced at $35 in April

Posted in Nyko by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

Nyko Wand WiiMote priced at $35 in AprilThis good looking device is the only Wiimote alternative. It’s Nyko’s Wand Wiimote. Good news. You only need to wait until April to get one for $35. There are also two bundles available:

With the Wand Action Pak available in June, you’ll get the Wand and the Pistol Grip for $50. The Pistol Grip uses Nyko’s Trans-Port technology to connect the trigger to the Wand electronically instead of mechanically. Also in June, the Wand Core Pak will be available, which will give you the Wand along with a Wired nunchuk with Rumble for $50.

Nyko clones the Wiimote

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2009

Nyko clones the WiimoteIt had to happen and I’m surprised it took this long. Someone had to clone the Wiimote. That someone is Nyko. According to Mark Wilson of Gizmodo, who had a chance to play with it at CES, the device is pretty impressive, with no tangible difference aside from the red, white and blue color scheme.

The quality and response seems dead on. But aside from one-upping the Wiimote on good looks, “the Wand” has one advantage. Nyko is using it as the basis for their new Trans-Port peripheral technology. Where most Wii peripherals like the Zapper use mechanical contacts to link a trigger to an actual button on the Wiimote, Nyko makes this connection digitally.

Nyko introduces Charge Station Quad for Wii

Posted in Nyko by Shane McGlaun on December 5th, 2008

Nyko Charge Station Quad for Nintendo WiiThe Nintendo Wii continues to dominate the sales charts and sell so well that most people who want one can’t find it. Odds are the Wii is at the top of many holiday wish lists this Christmas season. If you have been lucky enough to get your hands on a Wii, you will need some accessories to go with it. One such accessory is a charge station for the remotes.

Nyko has announced a new accessory called the Charge Station Quad for Nintendo Wii that will retail for $49.99. The device has spots for four Wii Remotes and includes new rechargeable batteries and battery doors to allow the Wii Remotes to be recharged.


Nyko recharges your Wii Fit Balance Board

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2008

Nyko recharges your Wii Fit Balance Board
We all hate buying batteries and if you’ve bought Wii Fit, chances are you and your enormous love handles are going to go through many batteries. Luckily for you, Nyko has a solution in the form of their new Energy Pak for the balance board.

The Pak installs on the bottom of the board, making it easy to plug in and recharge without having to take the device out or turn the board over. Because God forbid you burn the 1 or 2 calories it would take to turn the board over. You can get yours starting May 19th for $19.99. Now get to work tubby.

Nyko’s wireless Wii nunchuk adapter hits the FCC

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2008

Nyko’s wireless Wii nunchuk adapter hits the FCC
Nyko’s wireless Wii nunchuk adapter is getting ready to assault consumers with a whole lotta ugly, and ruin the Wii controllers good looks. Both the adapter and it’s receiver just hit the FCC, to which they said “Damn that thing is ugly. I’m not even sure I can photograph that.” To which the other guy says, “Two rulers almost always distract the eye.”

Some devices just shouldn’t spawn kids I guess. Just spend your money on games, rather then ugly up your beautiful Wii. I’ll keep the wire. Interestingly, the rulers are nice.

Nyko’s Wii Guitar Hero controller hits shelves

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2008

Nyko’s Wii Guitar Hero controller hits shelves
Nyko is shipping the first third-party Wii Guitar Hero controller. Nerds and wannabe rockers everywhere can celebrate. Turns out it’s in the shape of a Telecaster. Just like the official guitar/controller, the Wiimote slips inside of it.

It will cost you about $50, which is about $10 cheaper than the Activision Les Paul. The white version includes black and pink pickguards, the blonde edition comes with black and white.

Nyko releases wireless Wii Nunchuck adapter

Posted in Wii Accessories by Reuben Drake on January 30th, 2008

Nyko wireless adapter for the Wii NunchuckEarlier this month during CES 2008 Nyko announced a wireless Nunchuck controller for the Wii. The Nunchuck had the wireless built in and a small adapter attached to the bottom of the Wiimote to connect them, giving you cord-free gaming action for about $30.

Now Nyko has taken into account the fact that many Wii owners already have the Nunchuck controller and really don’t need another. For this Nyko is now launching the Wireless Adapter for the Wii Nunchuck. This adapter runs on two AA’s and connects to the bottom of the Nunchuck remote, wrapping up the cord around it. A wireless adapter connects to the bottom of the Wiimote and lets you now use your existing Nunchuck and rid yourself of the cord in between. You can now completely perfect your arm-flailing windmill style of boxing without the risk of choking yourself or others, but of course there is still the risk of hitting them.

CES 2008

Nyko Perfect Shot Wii pistol

Posted in CES 2008,Nyko,Wii,Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2008

Nyko Perfect Shot Wii gun
Along with Nyko’s new wireless Nunchuk controller, the company is showing off their Perfect Shot Wii gun. There have been some complaints about the Wii Zapper being very clumsy, especially in the trigger area, so this should be a great alternative.

It’s very reminiscent of the original Wii zapper in some ways and also looks and feels more like a real gun, with a decent grip. The Wiimote goes right on top, it has an easy trigger and shoots well.

CES 2008

Wireless Wii nunchuk controller from nyko

Posted in CES 2008,Nyko,Wii,Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2008

Wireless Wii nunchuk controller from nyko

Easily overlooked next to the countless heavy hitters coming out of CES 2008, here we have this great new wireless controller for the Nintendo Wii.

Nyko’s new Wireless Nunchuk controller lets you play games without the annoying cable getting in your way, while you punch, fight or swing. How many times have you been in the zone only to be pulled out by the limits of the cable?

Nyko Intercooler for the Nintendo Wii

Posted in Coolers,Nyko,Wii Accessories by Darrin Olson on October 15th, 2007

Nyko Intercooler for the Nintendo WiiThis isn’t the first Wii cooler we’ve seen and probably won’t be the last, but even after the latest firmware upgrade and hot WiiWare games in the works, needing something to cool the console down due to intense processing heat has never crossed our minds.

I guess there could be a chance that your flailing around during game play could heat up the room quite a bit, or you have the Wii running in a small, unventilated cabinet or some other odd situation so by all means if you are worried about it overheating the device runs a very reasonable $15 and certainly couldn’t hurt. It connects discretely onto the back of the console and has a pass through power connection so it doesn’t require moding the console or even needing another electrical outlet.

Nyko’s Wii Party Station

Posted in Accessories,Wii by Chetz on July 13th, 2007

Wii Party Station

The Nintendo Wii has emerged as the most revolutionary game console since the Atari 2600 because it’s doing what no other console in history has done: made it cool for the entire family to play a video game together. If you have any doubt of this claim I present to you Nyko’s Wii Party Station.

This battery powered hub of fun has four slots for a quartet of Wii-motes, a storage drawer for your nunchuks, four numeric LED displays so you can keep track of each player’s points and four cups that can be …

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