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LevelUp: PlayStation Alloy

Level Up announced four officially licensed all-in-one gaming storage solutions, including the Alloy for PlayStation, Zig-Zag for XBOX 360, Aperture for Wii, and Trideca for Wii. These sleek and compact towers are designed for users to store gaming gears such as consoles, controllers, and games.

All products offer easy snap-together assembly and various ventilation designs to prevent your console from overheating and slowing performance.  The Alloy, Zig-Zag, Aperture, and Trideca towers’ key features include a molded controller dock and soft-coated guitar hooks for gaming guitar controllers used in Guitar Hero or Rock Band, as well as ribbed shelves for storing game or DVD cases.  They are available in a glossy black or white finish with silver, green or matte black accents, so as to complement each tower’s designated console.

Level Up products are now exclusively available in well-known national retailers, including Toys R Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s and JCPenney.

It took Patrick about 10 minutes to put the Alloy together and it fits nicely next to our TV stand.  He likes that he can keep his PS3 things organized and in one place.

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  1. Thank the LORD! REally! I cant stand the mess with the gaming equip at our house and just this Holiday season saw the Wii organizer. I will be looking again for a good sale at Kohls (where I saw it), so is more affordable. I thought maybe I saw the white one, and even with the kids older and not allowed to eat downstairs in family room, I am looking for a black one that doesn’t show smudges…um, because Hubby IS allowed to snack down there. LOL!

  2. Our son could really use the Trideca for Wii. I think he has every game and accessories ever made for the Wii and all I see is clutter-he might actually need a couple of the consoles.

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