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Range?

Discussion in 'Wii Hardware' started by rabeel, Jul 23, 2007.

  1. rabeel

    rabeel New Member

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    How big is the range of the wii ?
     
  2. badboykane

    badboykane New Member

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    The range stretches round the whole world through Wifi
     
  3. rabeel

    rabeel New Member

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    Yes but how much without wifi?
     
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    badboykane New Member

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    Range to do what?

    Without wifi there is no range
     
  5. Geno

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    Maybe he means distance to wiimote or DS, who knows... If that's what he means, I think it's around 100 ft.
     
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    Nintendo claims 135 feet from sensor bar to wiimote.
     
  7. badboykane

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    There is no range between sensor bar and wiimote, all communication from the Wiimote to the Wii is through bluetooth, the sensor bar doesn't even sense anything.
     
  8. BeatMario

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    Mmm...
    Then what's the range from the Wiimote to the Wiis bluetooth component? :S
     
  9. badboykane

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    prob the usual bluetooth range I would imagin, like 10m - 20m or something.
     
  10. Matt

    Matt New Member

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    No way does it do that. Find it hard about 12 feet away
     
  11. BeatMario

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    Most likely more than 10m, since I can still here "STRIKE" when I'm playing bowling in my kitchen, when my Wii and TV are in my bedroom.
    My kitchen is quite far from my Wii.
     
  12. badboykane

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    Think about the straight line through the ceiling though, the bluetooth don't go through the doors and up the stairs, it works right through the ceiling and isn't prob as far as you think.
    The average 2 storey house height is only about 7-10m from bottom of front door to roof.
     
  13. BeatMario

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    Actually, my kitchen isn't under my bedroom, it's to the side of it.
    About 12m awayyy...
     
  14. badboykane

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    yeah 12m, I said the Wiimote prob has normal bluetooth range which is prob 10-20m
     
  15. k-boz

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    i've never had any problems with the range!
     

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