TV Video Game Stand, Gaming Storage Rack Hub Console for 42″, Xbox, PS3, PS4. Perfect Size For Any Living Room Or Bedroom In Your Home.

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The TV Gaming Hub supports up to a 42″ flat panel TV, up to 100 lbs. Design all your gaming items in one place. In addition to the TV, the Hub is designed to hold up to 40 games, 3 game consoles, 8 controllers and other AV accessories, tons of stoarge space. 12 storage compartments

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The TV Gaming Hub supports up to a 42″ flat panel TV, up to 100 lbs. Design all your gaming items in one place. In addition to the TV, the Hub is designed to hold up to 40 games, 3 game consoles, 8 controllers and other AV accessories, tons of stoarge space. 12 storage compartments offer high capacity storage in space-efficient design. The open design suits game consoles by offering great ventilation and unit has incorporated wire management worked in to design. Perfect size for any living room or bedroom in your home.

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