Cambre Unveils New Line of “Game On” Gaming Storage and Maintenance Products


If you’re like me and have consoles, game boxes and wires cluttering up seemingly every square inch of your house, you too are always on the lookout for new ways to keep your gaming area as organized as possible. Well, more storage options are on the way. Cambre Products has announced a new line of “Game On” video game storage products and will be showcasing them at E3 next week.

The Game On lineup includes the all-in-one Video Gaming Storage System, a wall-mounted shelf for storing a console, games and accessories; the Stash Box, a wall-mounted shelf attachment to the main Video Gaming Storage System that can hold up to 32 game cases or DVDs; large and small Hang On Gear Boards, wall-mounted units for housing various accessories like the Wii Balance Board, Guitar Hero/Rock Band guitars, light guns, regular controllers and so on; Wire Wraps, a system of flexible, expandable wire covers for keeping all those console cables from turning into a tangled bird’s nest; and Dirt Rags, anti-bacterial wipes for cleaning smudges and oily fingerprints off of game discs, controllers, consoles and portable devices.

“I needed an organizational solution in my own home for my kids growing gaming and accessories collection,” says John Wiebe, Game On™ designer and Cambre president. “Gaming should be about having fun, not worrying about tripping over wires, looking for the missing hand control or searching through clutter for the game you want to play.”

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Game On by Cambre []

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