Accessory maker GAEMS is coming out with two mounting brackets (one supports VESA) on July 25. The $249.99 weighted stand comes with a VESA bracket that lets you attach a 24-inch monitor, as well as headsets, cameras, mobile phones, tablets, capture devices, and more. The stand has a weighted base and can hold products up to 14lb.
Then there's the satellite stand, which offers a quad base for $229.99. Both stands come with a hollowed-out structure for cable management.
New products will reinvent work or gaming environment
Redmond, Wash. - GAEMS is known for making gaming portable, creating quality monitors and other products that allow gamers to take their consoles on the road and game just about anywhere. Now, GAEMS wants to evolve home gaming.
The GAEMS Rail System will launch July 25 to take control of any gaming or office environment, replacing clutter with function all wrapped in a modern, matte black finish.
"We are always looking to improve the premium gaming experience, and this is a game changer in more ways than one," said John Moore, VP of Marketing for GAEMS. "The Rail System allows PC and console gamers, vloggers and streamers, and really anyone to customize, organize and enhance their desktop."
The GAEMS Rail System includes two new products, the Rail System Weighted Stand and the Rail System Satellite Stand.
The GAEMS Weighted Stand is 19.5" tall and crafted from aluminum with an anodized black finish. The Weighted Stand can hold the GAEMS M-240 or other monitors up to 24 inches, along with a smartphone, camera and other accessories. The suggested retail price is $249.99.
The GAEMS Satellite Stand is 15" tall and supports smaller monitors such as the GAEMS M-155, along with accessories such as headphones, game controllers and eye protection. The Satellite Stand has a suggested retail price of $229.99.
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Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.