Need to save space but can’t do without fully charged controllers? Venom have got you sorted with their new Vertical Charging Stand.

Available from today for a SRP of £29.99, the rapid charging dock for Xbox One ensures that should space be at a premium, you’ll need not worry about having plenty of juice for those sessions ahead.

Compatible with the latest range of Xbox consoles – Xbox One S and Xbox One X – the Vertical Charging Stand from Venom neatly stores and protects not just your console, but your controller too, with space and charging capabilities for up to two Xbox One wireless controllers, keeping them at hand and fully charged!

With the stand holding your console upright, the two powerful rechargeable battery packs, supplied with the stand, provide up to 18 hours of supercharged gameplay, whilst also integrating two additional USB ports for plug and play accessories.

But what’s more, should you be one of those who like a physical disk over the digital revolution, the stand can store up to six boxed games as well, with everything kept in once neat centralised location.

Tom Hodge, Director of Sales for Venom, commented: “Space is increasingly at a premium in modern homes and gamers are looking for something which is not only functional but fits in with the aesthetic of their living spaces. We wanted to offer something that would not only help gamers stylishly store their console, games and controllers, but also provide some extra functionality, which we believe we have achieved via the integrated USB ports. We’re sure that the Vertical Charging Stand will prove a hit amongst discerning Xbox gamers looking for a simple, one-stop solution to storage and charging.”

The Xbox One Vertical Charging Stand is retailing for an SRP of £29.99 and is available at Amazon and all leading gaming retailers.

Will you be checking it out? Let us know in the comments below.

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