Military-grade PSVita case is serious business
The PS Vita is a pretty expensive piece of hardware, and since basically 80% of the surface is a touch screen it should receive special care and attention. Whether you've coughed up the dough and imported one from Japan or are planning to buy one when it hits the West next month, you should probably invest in a good protective case. How does military-grade sound?
Pelican, who manufactures cases and flashlights which are also used by the military, firefighters and the police, have released a special version of their 1060 Micro Case in Japan which has been adapted to house a PSP or PS Vita. The case is water resistant, dust- and crush-proof and looks like a serious piece of hardware to boot.
At ¥5,980 (~$77) it's a little expensive, but considering that you can whack someone over the head with it without damaging your PS Vita, it's worth it.
For some strange reason, I'm actually convinced I need this.
Maybe I just want to make video games more realistic by being able to throw the game console and actually hurt someone.
I have an Alumininium case for my PSP that's strong enough..
*Facepalm* This is third party. You may have figured this out by the Pelican logo that makes up the banner, and the fact that he said it was third party several times in the article.
Really? 77 dollars to protect that thing? no thanks. I'll stick to my psp case
The nuclear button?
77$!!! i might as well make my own... Sony really knows how to drain their customer, might as well throw in a Free Hand gun with that
sure i'd like to be held by airport security carrying that, and being held by security and missing out on flights for suspicion of carrying a Bomb... Seriously... id think i still prefer my old PSP carrier. its simple and its red in colour
Oh good, because I like to throw my handhelds off cliffs.
in case of nuclear war
way to much but at least it will work
If your going on a plane or road trip i could see this worth it lol. I always dropped my PSP when i went on trips :/