When it comes to gaming controllers there are lots of them in my house. We typically leave them sitting beside the TV until the wife gets mad and makes me schlep them upstairs and put them away. It would be nice to have better system of storing my controllers that didn’t involve a walk upstairs each time.
The Gearboard is a pretty cool concept and reminds me of one of those maze boards on the playgrounds at McDonalds. The thing is a gray board with a bunch of lines carved in it and hoops and hooks to hang stuff on that stick into the groves.
The idea is that the board can be hung beside the TV and hold all your controllers. In practice, I am betting that the wives and moms out there won't want thing thing hanging beside the TV in the living room, but it would be cool in a game room or kid's room.
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