We showed you the Mad Catz peripherals for the 3DS. Now we're showing you the ones from Power A, all officially licensed by Nintendo, but only some of them tested with our very own 3DS, knife and fork.
This is the Mini Elite Transporter Case ($US16.99), which holds a 3DS, 12 games, four styli and more (but not a fork.)
This is the Expedition Case ($US14.99), which hold a 3DS, six games, two styli. It has a harder exterior than the the other Power A peripherals.
This big one is the Elite Transporter Case ($US24.99), which holds a 3DS, 40 games and room for a chargaer, headphones, probably even a sandwich.
This is the Core Starter kit ($US19.99) and it includes two styli, cleaning cloth, earbuds, two screen protectors, two tri-fold game cases and a case for the 3DS.
This is the Explorer Starter kit ($US29.99) and it includes an executive pen stylus and replacement stylus, plus cleaning cloth, earbuds, two screen protectors, car adaptor, and a case for the 3DS.
This is the Clean and Protect kit ($US9.99) and it includes one tri-fold game case, two single-game cases, three replacement styli, two screen protectors and a cleaning cloth (fork not included).