Sceptre announces easy to assemble new home theater furniture

Aug 17th, 2010 | By technologynews | Category: Technology

Sceptre has been peddling some nice and inexpensive LCD TVs for a while now that come in a range of sizes. The sets can be purchased online and in retail stores like Target and more. One thing that many people who buy a new TV want and need is a place to set that TV for viewing. Sceptre has announced a nice new line of home theater furniture that you don’t need tools to build.

If you have ever put together one of those DIY style wood entertainment centers that has all the screws and cams, you know what a massive pain the build process can be. The big feature of the Sceptre line of entertainment furniture is that the build process needs no tools and claims to be able to be finished in only a few minutes. The line includes three different pieces.

The three pieces include the Oracle at $499, the Stello at $399, and the Delano at $299. The difference in the three is the length and the weight they can support. The entire build process has six steps and needs no tools to complete. The furniture has glass doors and is finished in a dark espresso finish that looks nice. The entire line will ship nationwide in September. Check out a video of the build process below.

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