You know that myth about gamers' rooms always being dirty and disorganized, well, it's true. A falling pin wouldn't hit the floor of a gaming room and the best word to describe these habitats would be messy. There is a solution
to this problem, however, and it comes from Vogel's. The TwistDock station for PS3 consoles is elegant, practical
and who knows, maybe gamers will go for it one day. Did I mention that it doubles as a charger for the console's controllers
"TwistDock is a must-have for the gaming enthusiast, who will love its combination of style and functionality that makes the PS3 even more enjoyable to use," said Albert Zeeman, VP Innovations and Alliances, Vogel's. "TwistDock expands and charges more peripherals, keeping the PlayStation 3's unsightly cables neatly concealed in TwistDock's sturdy pedestal. With the introduction of TwistDock, Vogel's is launching a whole new line of gaming accessories to complement its successful worldwide product line of TV and mounting solutions."Engadget
tells us this docking solution for both PS3 and PlayStation 3 Slim will be showcased at E3 these days and if you are looking for this type of solution, you'd better go there in order to check it out, as the company announced it would not be available until around the Holidays. Vogel's says this invention right here is part of a new lineup of gaming accessories.
So, this sturdy-looking solution maintains the PlayStation 3 in on position and as soon as you're done playing, it will also house and charge two controllers. This way, you are always ready to play and the gaming gadget's cables will be out of your way. It includes 2 additional USB charging ports and the manufacturers have also built a 4 USB Hub accessory to go along with the TwistDock. Thus, you'll be able to keep all your peripherals in one place, out of your Mom's sight and out of your mind. Who knows, maybe one day, you'll be bringing a girl over, whom you'll want to impress with your room being so neat and tidy.
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