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Gaming on the Road

Category: Hardware Published on Wednesday, 18 March 2009

GameKeeper Cases from Atlantic Let You Bring the Fun with You

Michael L. Berman's Blog
July 13 , 2007

The folks at Atlantic Inc. are making it easier for you to take your gaming system with you when you hit the road.

The GameKeeper Gaming Center on Wheels ($100) is basically a 12.5 pound suitcase for the avid gamer. There are compartments for you to store your Xbox or Playstation, places for all of your accesories and sleeves for your favorite games. Designed for gaming on-the-go,the front of the case flips down, so you can use your game console without removing it, It's also shock absorbantto safeguard your gaming console.

The gaming center is made of aluminum and is big enough to handle one gaming system, four controllers and tons of games.

Atlantic also has a much smaller case for the Playstation Portable called the GameSEAL Travel Case ($39.99). Made of high-impact, shatterproof plastic, it can hold up to 10 games, two memory modules, the game console and its accesories. Weighing only three pounds, it's small enough to fit in the corner of your suitcase or in a large jacket pocket. Silicone gaskets provide a watertight seal to protect your PSP.

Check out these and other Atlantic game storage systems at




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