By Lisa Johnston
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For consumers trying to store all their movies, games and music CDs, as well as DVDs and VHS tapes, Case Logic has created an "innovative" solution to hold an ever-changing entertainment collection.
The DWT Home Storage Tower comes in 36-, 72- and 108-unit capacities. The three multimedia units are designed to accommodate CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes and games — all on the same tower. The walls of each tower adjusts to fit different-size media. Additionally, the sleek, contemporary design is made to "look great" in any small office or home environment.
DWT-36, a wood and wire DVD tower holds up to 36 DVDs for a suggested $19.99. The DWT-72, a wood and wire multimedia tower, offers a base that adjusts to fit either 72 DVDs or 36 DVDs and 54 CDs for a suggested $29.99. The DWT-108 is a wood and wire multimedia tower with a base that adjusts to fit either 108 DVDs or 54 DVDs and 81 CDs for a suggested $34.99. DVR-15, a plastic DVD tower that holds 15 DVDs, is being sold for a suggested $9.99 retail.
All four towers currently are available.
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