There are plenty of themed Switch cases in the wild, and some of them are pretty schmick. But if you'd like something that's a little more tasteful, these might be up your alley.
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If you have a Nintendo Switch you probably love it. Just the right size and weight with a screen that's sharp and bright, one of the only issues is keeping it safe. Kotaku's Stephen Totilo put his in a sock, but there are other solutions out there, including retrofitting 3DS pouches using a bunch of arts and crafts foam sheets.
Between my keyboard-centric posts here on Kotaku and my Twitter feed, I've been posting a lot of pictures of very pretty keyboards lately, which leads to people asking me where they can buy those keyboards. For the most part, you can't. You have to build them.
Let's get the bad news out of the way first. This Space Invaders-themed backpack only looks like a miniature replica of an arcade machine — it doesn't actually let you play the classic video game that has you fending off alien invaders. But we'll happily turn a blind eye to that oversight, because everything else about this pack is fantastic.
If you, like me, recently dropped a couple hundred bucks on a 3DS XL, you probably have thought about picking up a case to keep it safe. The challenge is finding a case that is even remotely acceptable. For some reason, the majority of non-Nintendo-made 3DS accessories are poorly-made hunks of junk, a problem is compounded by the fact that there just aren't that many accessories out there for the relatively new XL.
I have to admit: I love these custom game case covers. The idea strikes me as a brilliant one.
Most laptop fans will have heard of GelaSkins, protective/decorative covers that can be stuck and unstuck to your favourite gadgets with extreme ease. Now GelaSkins has just announced that they'll begin selling DS and PSP cases as well. For $US 20 a pop, the covers aren't super cheap, but they really are well-printed with very rich colours. Also of note: PSP and DS GelaSkins include clear screen protectors and PSP versions include matchy-matchy seamless wallpaper. Oooooh! Fancy! More shots after the jump: