When it comes to consoles, we have seen all sorts of docking stations that charge controllers. Most of the docking stations were intended for Nintendo Wii and they have proven to work really well. This time it’s PlayStation’s 3 turn to get its own docking station.

We all know how recharging can be messy, but TwistDock is here to help. Charging the PS 3 controllers using the USB cable is effective but you’ll have to agree that it’s not the tidiest solution. Imagine how annoying it must be to see all your cables and controllers lying around during the recharge process. Many people are not bothered by that, but if you want to keep your recharging neat TwistDock is the right choice for you. TwistDock allows you to place your PlayStation 3 in the upright position while placing your controllers behind it. That way you can charge them without all that mess and unnecessary wires. With TwistDock you can keep your gaming space neat even while you’re recharging, but that’s not all. This docking station comes with additional USB ports that are used to power up other devices that need recharging, so that means more wires for you.

This is quite simple and practical solution for recharging your controllers especially if you want to keep your gaming space neat and controllers out of sight. As far as we know, if you want to recharge without wires, the TwistDock is available in Europe for €79.99 ($97).

[via Ubergizmo]

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One Response to TwistDock: Docking station that recharges your PS3 controllers

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    henriquemarsh says:

    TwistDock lets you put your PlayStation 3 in vertical position while placing the drivers behind it. In this way, you can load without all this mess and useless son. With TwistDock you can keep your yard clean, even when charging, but not all. Thisdocking Station comes with USB ports that are used to power other devices that need charging, which means more to you son.
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