The new line of Rail System stands are going to be showcased fully at PAX Prime and look to solve gamer mobility issues.
Coming to this weekend’s big Seattle gaming show, GAEMS – or Gaming and Entertainment Mobile Systems if you’re nasty – seems to be appealing to the gamer on the go with their latest stand and monitor combos. The monitors themselves are already on sale to the public with the cheapest being $169.99 and their latest, and best, running $399.99.
The Rail System stands being previewed during PAX are designed specifically to house one of these two monitors with certain accoutrements. The weighted stand has various attachments that allow for objects such as the Kinect, a second screen or your cell phone to be viewable and usable while you play. The satellite stand with a three-pronged bottom instead of the plate is shown to have the same cell phone claw plus a headphone hanger.
John Moore, VP of GAEMS’ Marketing division, talked up these Rail System stands, “The Rail System allows PC and console gamers, vloggers and streamers, and really anyone to customize, organize and enhance their desktop.” The company hopes that consumers can see these stands, and all of their products, as space-saving alternatives for limited desk or living spaces. You can check out the previews for the weighted and satellite models here and here respectively.
PAX Prime visitors can stop by booth 652 to view these Rail System stands as well as the monitors and whatever other products they decide to bring for the ride.