Wrapstar’s New PSP Skins

The PSP was a fashionable item when it first came out, with its smooth sleek lines, it was the iPod of the handheld gaming market. But now that so many people own PSPs, they start to look a little bland. Now you can make your PSP stand out from the crowd, with Wrapstars’ brand new PSP skin range.

These skins allow your to customize your PSP without removing the original faceplates (Which, if you’ve ever tried, can be very fiddly andannoying) because all Wrapstar skins are self-adhesive. Although some of the skins do look a little bit cheesy, its a welcome break from having the usual white/black PSP. They are laminated to extend lifetime which could be a good thing, as long as  they don’t suffer from the same smudging and dust attraction that the original PSP faceplates do.

Wrapstar’s PSP skin range should be available from all good retailers this some time this month, with an RRP of £4.99 ($9 US). They also have plans to expand their PSP skin collection in June, as well as moving to other devices such as the Nintendo DS, GBA and iPod.

The PSP was a fashionable item when it first came out, with its smooth sleek lines, it was the iPod of the handheld gaming market. But now that so many people own PSPs, they start to look a little bland. Now you can make your PSP stand out from the crowd, with Wrapstars’ brand new PSP skin range.

These skins allow your to customize your PSP without removing the original faceplates (Which, if you’ve ever tried, can be very fiddly andannoying) because all Wrapstar skins are self-adhesive. Although some of the skins do look a little bit cheesy, its a welcome break from having the usual white/black PSP. They are laminated to extend lifetime which could be a good thing, as long as  they don’t suffer from the same smudging and dust attraction that the original PSP faceplates do.

Wrapstar’s PSP skin range should be available from all good retailers this some time this month, with an RRP of £4.99 ($9 US). They also have plans to expand their PSP skin collection in June, as well as moving to other devices such as the Nintendo DS, GBA and iPod.

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