Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
CTA Digital (http://www.ctadigital.com), a leading provider of accessories for video game consoles, including Wii™, has announced the release of the Dual Touch Charge Station for the Nintendo® Wii. The latest Wii accessory from CTA allows users to charge two Wii Remote™ controllers to full gaming capacity in a matter of hours on one charging station.
The Dual Touch Charge Station features two spaces to rest and charge Wii Remotes simultaneously, without needing to remove the protective silicone sleeve. This dual induction charger utilizes a new induction technology to charge the Wii Remotes simply by laying them on the charge base, rather than having to connect them with the small metal strips found on other charging stations. The Dual Touch Charge Station is compatible with the Wii MotionPlus, charging the remotes easily with the batteries in place by placing the remote on top of the charger.
Each Dual Induction Charger includes two sets of Wii Remote™ molded rechargeable 1800 mAh batteries, which charge upon contact with the charge base. Powered with a USB cable that attaches to either the Wii unit or a computer via a USB port, Wii Remotes charge within five to six hours and are ready for anywhere from 13 to 20 hours of gaming after each charge. LED lights indicate when the remotes are charging.
Wii gamers will enjoy the ease of use and simplicity of the Dual Touch Charge Station, especially after a vigorous gaming session. It is available at Amazon and other retail outlets, such as Target, Wal-Mart, Best Buy and more. You can watch a video demonstration here.
About CTA Digital:
CTA Digital (http://www.ctadigital.com) has been building efficient and trusted electronic accessories since 1992. They are determined to improve the experience of products from everyday computers to high-end entertainment consoles. Each new accessory built by CTA Digital is designed after months of careful deliberation and user testing to make sure that the final products are safe, practical, high quality, functional, and useful.