As I said in the introduction, Mobile Racks are what I consider one of the most useful products ever invented and created for the PC. I'll be open about my attraction to this product if it has not already been made obvious; I love it!
While I'm fairly certain VIP Power are now unfortunately no more (their website doesn't load and this is their only form of contact) there are different companies you can buy your own Mobile Rack from which will enable to start enjoying the benefits today. One of our advertisers, CoolerGuys, sell them on their website - These are familiar to the one we have reviewed here, except they carry a slightly more expensive price tag, but well worth it.
Instead of giving the actual product a rating out of 10, I'll give the product innovation itself a rating instead, since VIP Power no longer exists. On the basis that this product is the most useful and most productive PC product I've ever used, I'm giving it TweakTown's Editor Choice award and I have no hesitation whatsoever recommending this product to anyone. On top of this, I've given the mobile rack innovation "technology" a perfect 10 out of 10 rating - I cannot find any flaws to report, only a great all-round solid product.
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