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About the product
- Stores and organizes all your gaming gear at the same time.
- 2 Controller hooks which provide enhanced organization
- Made from durable heavy gauge steel wire.
- Open design allows for maximum console heat dissipation.
- Simplified design for cost savings and easier assembly
- Simplified design for cost savings and easy assembly
- 2 controller hooks provide enhanced organization
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Atlantic, Inc. 45506114 The ultimate in gaming organization. Stores and organizes all your gaming gear. Made from durable heavy gauge steel wire.
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I only noticed 2 minor things you should know.
1) You have to put the Super Slim PS3 on the very top rack, because of the way you need to put discs in. Don;t worry, it fits all the way on there.
2) the consoles WILL slide back and forth and side to side. I suggest holding them when removing/inserting flash drives, discs, cords, etc. OR you can get some of those non-slip grip pads that come in easy to cut rolls.
I'll post a few photos, too.
The main problem with owning too many consoles: the clutter that occurs. Having three consoles on one entertainment/TV stand/dresser/whatever else someone may use to hold their television and gaming consoles is going to lead to a lot of clutter. Chords and hardware will be scattered across the surface of the stand, making the area look less presentable to guests. That's where this nifty product comes into play.
By quickly assembling the wired rack with the included nuts and wrench, the "game depot" is ready to go after only a few minutes. It is a three tier setup, with each rack (two) having plenty of support to hold up the gaming consoles that will be placed inside it. It also comes with two hangers that allow the consumer to place any two video game controllers on them (mine is holding one Xbox 360 controller, and one PS3 controller).
Growing sick of the look of my TV stand having an Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and a DVD player scattered across the surface, I decided to purchase this item. Within minutes I had it together, and had already placed my consoles on it. I placed my PlayStation 3 on the bottom (underneath the rack), my Xbox 360 on the middle rack, and my DVD player along with some DVDs are on the top rack. My stand now looks much more organized, my consoles have plenty of room to vent out the excess heat due to the open backs of the racks, and I am overall very satisfied with the "game depot".
If you're looking for a quick way to organize your consoles in a manner that will not take up much room then this product is a perfect fit.
This device was easy to assemble with the provided tools, and when setup provided a sturdy home for most of my devices. At the moment I have it setup with an XBox 360 (Slim Version) at the bottom, a PS-2 on the middle shelf, and a GameCube and Dreamcast side by side on the top shelf.
The systems fit comfortably, although the middle shelf lands awkwardly with the PlayStation 2 feet (Original model) making it seem slightly unstable. The metal back bar while preventing your game console from sliding off can make it hard to attach the game devices. I was original going to put the new model Xbox 360 there with HDMI and Ethernet, but was uncomfortable how the wires sat.
It is a bit hard to determine from the picture, but one of the major things I wish to point out is that the top shelf is smaller then the middle shelf. It is not a problem when using it for smaller systems, but it is something to be aware of.