It is hard to determine which controller is out of batteries especially if you have four of them lying around in your living room. dreamGEAR aims to address that problem with the launch of its new docking station.
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The Quad Dock units feature four charging wells, custom LED charging indicators that signal when the controllers are dead, charging, or fully charged, and a narrow design that allows the dock to be tucked neatly away into small spaces.
dreamGear’s COO, Richard Weston said, “dreamGEAR realized there is a need for a more convenient and manageable way to charge and store multiple controllers. As any gamer will tell you, storing a system, four controllers and a charger beneath a television can make for a crowded entertainment center, and the Quad Dock series was designed with this in mind to relieve this problem for fans of any console system.”
The PS3 Quad Dock Pro has the capability to charge up to four Dual Shock 3 controllers at once, while the Xbox 360 Quad Dock Pro charges up to four Xbox 360 rechargeable battery packs. The Quad Dock Plus model for Wii brings life back to up to four Wii remotes and includes a bonus dock for four rechargeable AA batteries, which can be used to power the popular Nintendo Wii Fit Board.
Each model in the Quad Dock series charges via any standard wall outlet using the included AC adapter.
The dreamGEAR Quad Dock is available now from USD$29.99-$39.99.