Case Logic Storage Emphasizes Flexibility

By Staff On Sep 15 2003 - 6:00am

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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