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If the floor space around your TV and consoles is anything like ours, then it’s littered with controllers. Peripherals manufacturer Thrustmaster has created a combi cradle-cum-charger for the Wii.

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Thrustmaster's T-Charge One NW: handy and powerful

Dubbed the T-Charge One NW, the unit allows gamers to simultaneously store the console’s Nunchuck, standard gamepad and Remote, helping to make your general gaming area less cluttered.

The stand also charges the Remote for you, through a USB connection into the console. Rechargeable batteries for the Remote are included.

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T-Charge Duo NW

A T-Charge Duo NW is also available that, as the name suggests, powers two Remotes. Unfortunately, it doesn’t store the Nunchuck and gamepad like the One NW does.

On the plus side, Thrustmaster will throw in two rechargeable batteries with the One NW and four batteries with Duo NW.

Both units will be available in April, with the T-Charge One NW priced at £13 (€20/$26) and the Duo model expected to cost £16 (€22/$32).

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