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QuakeCon 2008 - Visiting the Vendors - GameRigs

QuakeCon is known for many things. A visit to each of the vendors' booths is first on our list of coverage.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Aug 5, 2008 4:00 am



My favorite newcomer at QuakeCon 2008 was GameRigs. I had never heard of GameRigs before attending the show and at first I thought they were just a case manufacturer. I couldn't have been more wrong! GameRigs is a system builder that just happens to make unique cases.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


GameRigs Director of Business Development, Darren Healy will be hearing from me in a couple of months after things settle down. He is pictured here with one of the company's products.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


For me, the story is in the case and its baked on finish that sounds a little like powder coating, but I was assured it wasn't. Though, it does have the same anti-scratch properties.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


Here you can see that the finish is very detailed.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


From the other side, I can't wait to get one of these in for TweakTown to have a closer look.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


Don't think desktops are the only victims of GameRigs wrath; here an early notebook sample is being displayed.


The Vendors of QuakeCon 2008


The extent of GameRigs' paint booth isn't limited to Quake related themes. I was told that the company has several different designs ready to fill gamer's needs.


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