PERFORMANCE DESIGNED PRODUCTS (PDP) PREPARES FOR LAUNCH OF MICROSOFT KINECT WITH THE ONLY OFFICIALLY LICENSED MOUNTING SOLUTIONS
PDP to Offer Microsoft Officially Licensed Wall and TV Mount, Cable Extension and Floor Stand for Kinect for Xbox 360® this November
LOS ANGELES, CA - Aug. 24, 2010 - Performance Designed Products LLC (PDP), an industry leader in designing and manufacturing products for all major video game platforms, will be the only company offering Microsoft officially licensed Kinect for Xbox 360® accessories including a wall and TV mount, cable extension and a floor stand. All products will be available for purchase in November 2010, to simultaneously launch with Kinect.
"At PDP we are proud to offer the best quality peripherals and gaming accessories and we're excited to bring that same quality to Kinect for Xbox 360" said Tom Roberts, CTO and Executive SVP at the California-based gaming manufacturer. "We're working exclusively with Microsoft to bring consumers officially licensed stands and mounts to add to their controller-free entertainment experience."
PDP will be offering the following Kinect for Xbox 360 mounting solutions, each design authorized and approved by Microsoft, in November:
Wall Mount for Kinect, SRP: $14.99 - The Wall Mount provides a quick and easy solution for mounting your valuable Kinect for Xbox 360 to the wall
TV Mount for Kinect, SRP: $39.99 - The TV Mount uses the VESA spec standard as a one-and-all solution for mounting Kinect for Xbox 360 to any size TV (from 26" to 60")
Cable Extension for Kinect, SRP: $49.99 - The Cable Extension for Kinect will allow you to extend your connection by over 9 feet, allowing you to place Kinect for Xbox 360 virtually anywhere in your living space
Floor Stand for Kinect, SRP: $29.99 - With a large tripod base and secure locking mechanism, the Floor Stand is designed to allow the Kinect Sensor to be elevated above the floor to help protect the Kinect for Xbox 360 from foot traffic and dirt
For more information about PDP and its creative lines of video game controllers and other accessories, please visit http://www.PDP.com
About Performance Designed Products (PDP)
Performance Designed Products, LLC ("PDP"), a Lynn Tilton company, and owned by Patriarch Partners, is an industry leader in designing and manufacturing products for all major video game platforms including the Sony PS2, PS3, PSP, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, and Microsoft Xbox 360, as well as a line of accessories for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. PDP has offices located around the world, including the corporate headquarters and primary distribution center in Los Angeles, CA, an R&D office in San Diego, CA that focuses on research and development activities, a UK sales office, a Hong Kong engineering support facility, and an office in China that specializes in factory production management, logistics, and quality assurance. PDP manufactures and distributes products under its Pelican, Score, AFTERGLOW and HeadBanger brand names, and under licenses from companies such as Energizer, Nintendo, Hasbro, Disney, Microsoft, Sony, and Konami. The company has been supplying video game accessories to the U.S. market for more than a decade.
Patriarch is a vertically-integrated private equity firm with robust in-house operational turn-around expertise. Founded in 2000, Patriarch was built upon a patented financial model designed to manage and monetize the distressed portfolios of financial institutions. Patriarch has since evolved into a global investment firm that concentrates on direct investments in and the transformation of complex businesses, building integrated industry platforms. Patriarch manages funds with over $7 billion of equity and secured loan assets, with equity investments in more than 70 companies and controlling interests in approximately two-thirds of these. For more information, please visit http://www.patriarchpartners.com.
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