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Chrome Your Wii

by Paul Strauss
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Console mod shop XCMLiVE is now offering a chrome case mod for the Nintendo Wii. The case is a complete replacement shell kit that covers all sides of the Wii and includes a chrome finish stand as well.

XCM Chrome Case for Wii

The Chrome I-Case for Wii costs $37.99 and should start shipping around the end of March (you can pre-order one here.) Installation is said to be easy, which is unusual for a full case replacement. The I-Case will also be available in crystal blue and black finishes if this one is too shiny for your taste.

(If you don’t have a Wii, but have an Xbox 360 or an iPod, you can still get in on the chrome action.)

[via Go Nintendo]




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Comments (2):

  1. technabob says:

    That’s cool. I’ve been sourced by Engadget, Gizmodo and Crave all in the last day. Always nice to be able to pass along something interesting. That said, the guys over at Go Nintendo were my original source for this, so they deserve a pat on the back.

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