CES Debuts Atlantic Product That Organizes Electronics
Monday December 17th, 2012 - 2:21PM
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Atlantic is getting ready to introduce new items at the Consumer Electronics Show, among them a couple of core products designed to help consumers organize their entertainment and gaming devices. The all-new Phoenix is an upgrade on the company's previously released Centipede television and gaming stand, while the AV Gaming Cabinet organizes electronics accessories up to the size of a guitar.
The AV Gaming Cabinet offers retro design including tempered smoked-glass doors with magnetic closures. The product discretely stores up to nine game consoles and a Wii Fit board on top horizontally, and it provides wire management. Dimension are 20.1 inches long, 16.65 inches deep and 37.4 inches high.
The Phoenix can host up to a 42-inch flat screen TV and includes space for three game consoles as well as offering nine additional storage compartments. The wood composite and sheet metal piece is 42 inches long by 15.35 inches deep by 33.5 inches high, incorporates a wire management element and five casters for mobility.
The Phoenix delivers electronics ventilation and a “funky” design, said James Dardashti, Atlantic COO and general counsel.
CES runs in the Las Vegas Convention Center and other locations in the city from January 8 to 11.
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