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Protective covering for Wall Mount PS3™ Slim by CaseHolder
The CaseHolder PS3™ Slim curved trsp. with protective covering. A transparent high-quality lockable cover, which fits accurately to the familiar CaseHolder design, protects the console from unauthorized access.
A trend which will continue on bigger public events and on fairs.
The goal: customer retention, entertainment, more pleasant waiting times/hours, presentation of a product. In the meantime, companies have also started to establish these kind of activities during lunch breaks for their employees.
Link to product: http://www.konsolen-
At least since the introduction of PS3™ Slim this kind of entertainment has gained an important and convincing aspect of change.
Hans Rauter, founder of CaseHolder: „This enjoyable trend for customers and consumers can be an expensive amusement for providers, when game consols get destroyed through wantonly negligent use or even destruction.“
Solution: The CaseHolder PS3™ Slim curved trsp. with protective covering. A transparent high-quality lockable cover, which fits accurately to the familiar CaseHolder design, protects the console from unauthorized access. In addition, it protects the PlayStation3 from dust/In addition, it serves the PlayStation3 as an all around protection from dust.
Required slots make sure that sufficient ventilation takes place.
„Perfect for fairs, leisure rooms and public areas” says Hans Rauter, who has already very satisfied business customers among his clientele. “Until now, the focus has been on the protection and less on the optics. There are providers, who primarily offer anti-theft protection devices for flat screens, beamers or even game consols. A stylish all around protection for the PS3 is only offered by CaseHolder.”
Visit us on: www.konsolen-
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CaseHolder, Berlin Germany. Since 2007 we are design and building solutions for gaming console (PlayStation2, PS3, P3 Slim, Wii, and XBox360).
As a special highlight – you can add light (background light) with LED or coltcathodes!!
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