PS3 Controller Charging Stations

By: Matt

Official or Third Party Gaming Accessories - Who Wins?

The years at Logitech working on the development of gaming products for console and PC gamers has provided me with a great knowledge of what really works for a gamer.

My new challenge at tgrav.com has seen me looking at the market from a totally different angle, that of a specialist online retailer. The site has always been focused on providing the consumer with choice, but a considered choice. By that I mean we have selected the best products within clearly defined price brackets. In the trade this is called good, better, best. You can define these clearly by the quality, for example; own brand would be good through to best with Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft & Logitech.

Pelican PS3 Charge Stand

I have been testing and reviewing the Pelican PS3 Charge Stand, the beauty of this accessory is its looks. The wow factor certainly hits you, it looks and feels like a first party (Sony) product and looks stunning next to the console. You can charge 4 controllers at the same time, although you do need an additional USB cable(s). One of the key selling points is the unit is stand alone, you can charge it via the supplied AV Adaptor rather than via the console. Another great feature is the power indicators, they light up green (charged) or red (charging).

This product is definitely in the BEST category and should be licensed by Sony....in my humble opinion!

Get out there and order yours now, at ?24.95 it is well worth it and priced perfectly. Pelican are also launching the Xbox 360 equivalent in white in June 2008. You can pre-order now to avoid disappointment at launch.

PS3 - http://www.tgrav.com/ProductDetails.aspx?prodid=5920&catid=38

Xbox 360 - http://www.tgrav.com/ProductDetails.aspx?prodid=6096&catid=0

Having test 5 of the major competitors I believe this one is the best on the market.

Matt Holland |Gaming Specialist |www.tgrav.com

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