If you guys have been reading APH Networks for a while, you will realize other than being a computer enthusiast, I am also quite into cars. Since my car is one of my most prized possessions, it is probably unsurprising to you I like to keep it in flawless condition. In the automotive world, the act of car detailing -- or "the performance of thorough cleaning, restoration, and finishing of an automobile, both inside and out, to produce a show-quality level of detail" according to Wikipedia -- is serious business. Besides demonstrating pride of ownership, keeping your car in showroom condition also makes it easier to sell. When I showed my old car to the guy who eventually bought it a few years ago, I said to him, "My car not only looks new and drives new, it also smells new" -- to which he agreed and said, "Wow, literally, too." (I had a secret weapon called the New Car Smell Spray, which can only be purchased at specialty places). As you can see, the new car smell can actually help you make a sale. Now, as good as my New Car Smell Spray may be, it is unable to fully replicate the smell of an actual new car, especially when compared to fresh leather from the factory. However, I found out recently you do not need to splurge twenty or thirty grand just to bring that sensation back into your life. For about $230 at press time, the Tesoro Zone Balance gaming chair not only looks like a bucket seat taken out of a sports car, but also carries the smell of a new automobile with its wrapping of some pretty convincing faux cow hide. Does this mean we have everything to seal the deal? Read on to find out!