Body Glove® consumer electronic accessories has launched a new range of cool cases to protect the new PSP against accidental damage.
Body Glove's latest innovation offers consumers robust and stylish protection for the latest portable gaming device.
The trendy Body Glove PSP2 cover has been custom-designed to ensure a perfect fit for the must-have device. The snug fit of the Fusion case protects against knocks and bumps whilst playing and being transported, to keep the precious PSP in pristine condition.
The stylish cases are manufactured from tough EVA material that offers users a comfortable grip, and are available in a combination of attractive colours.
Available in shops from September, the Body Glove Fusion PSP cases retails at around £12.99.
The Body Glove Fusion PSP cases are the latest edition to the Body Glove range of exciting consumer technology accessories which includes CD/DVD/MP3 storage, computer luggage, camera cases and mobile accessories.
The Body Glove portfolio is an aspirational brand that appeals to a young, trend-oriented and active market. In 1953, Body Glove's founders, identical twins, Bob and Bill Meistrell created the first wetsuit out of neoprene. Since that time, the company has become recognised world-wide for its quality watersports and beachwear products and accessories for men and women. Globally Body Glove consumer technology accessories are distributed by Fellowes as a licensed brand.
Headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, Fellowes' product lines include mobile, computer and consumer electronics accessories; business machines such as paper shredders and binding and laminating equipment as well as home and office organizational products. The company owns and operates subsidiaries in Australia, Benelux, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Poland, and the United Kingdom. Fellowes employs over 1,700 people throughout the world and expects global sales in excess of $700 million this year. For more information, please visit Fellowes' web site at www.fellowes.com.
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