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Video gamer gone entrepreneur designs a more cost effective alternative to pricey gaming tables for the avid living-room video game enthusiast.

Nashua, NH July 28, 2005 – The days of balancing dinner, a drink, a game controller and a key board on a coffee table of food stand are over. G Wiz Corp., a new manufacturer of video gaming relate products, introduced today the first images of their upcoming product dubbed the T.E.C. (Technology, Entertainment, and Competition) Table.

“We are very excited to finally show the world the T.E.C. Table, our solution to all your living room technology blues,” said G Wiz Corp. President Gary Pearson. “The T.E.C. Tables unique design and full range of adjustability from the floor to virtually any household furniture will solve the conformity issues that plague today’s living room technologies and greatly enhance the user’s experience.”

Pearson offers a table that is as versatile as it is simplistic, at a fraction of the price most other gaming tables retail for, and without the need for a schematic, bag of easily misplaced parts and accessories, and without the need for a power screw driver.

The T.E.C. Table encompasses a wide range of option including: an ergonomic, sturdy, flat, smooth table top surface, engineering to be adjusted from the floor (14”) to practically any household furniture height (28”), floor legs (long legs) are push button adjustable for easy set-up and storage, couch legs (short legs) are independently adjustable to conform to your location, adaptability with all game controllers: keyboards, mice, steering wheels, arcade sticks, etc.. clamping system built into bottom of table to secure controller to table top, controller clips to make hands free typing a breeze during game play, lightweight collapsible design makes storing the T.E.C. Table a snap, also great for laptops, workaholics, and couch potatoes.

Pearson, also a diehard video gamer himself insists that the T.E.C. Table will accommodate even the most serious gamers with the most serious conformity issues. Don’t hesitate to see the T.E.C. Table on the web at www.gwizcorp.com, and see if it can solve your video gaming technology woes.

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