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Gaming Grip

Helping to stop your iPhone from landing on the floor.

We all know playing games on the move is the future of gaming and now, thanks to the launch of the Gaming Grip from Exspect, mobile gaming has just got a lot more realistic.

The first product of its kind, the Gaming Grip is available for the iPod Touch 2G and the iPhone 3G, including the new iPhone 3G S. It is designed to provide an experience similar to that of a dedicated mobile games console, and is equally effective for games played in landscape or portrait.

“Mobile gaming is really taking off among UK consumers. We want to give these mobile gamers the same experience of a console gamer, with great accessories to match the great games they’re playing,” said Mike Sanderson, Head of Development, Exspect. “Using our expertise and knowledge in both the hardware protection and gaming market we have developed a product that really brings the mobile gaming experience to life.”

With its sleek design* the Gaming Grip is contoured to fit in the palm of your hand whilst still maintaining full access to your touch screen and all its functions. Made from high-grade silicone the enhanced grip of your iPhone/ iPod Touch allows you to play any type of genre of game, safe in the knowledge that the device won’t fly out of your hands whilst fitting comfortably in your pocket.

When not being used to play games it can act as a protective case, with a screen protector included as standard.

The Gaming Grip from Exspect will be available via Amazon at just £14.99.


Dimensions for the Gaming Grip are 123mm x 73mm x 8mm (iPhone) and 121mm x 73mm x 15mm (iPod Touch).

For further information, photography or review samples please contact:

Emma Cohen


020 7608 4659


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