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PlayStation Business Card Case: The Original PlayStation Portable

by Paul Strauss
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A while back, I came across some fun business card holders that looked like classic gaming systems. But for some reason, they didn’t include the original PlayStation in the mix. Fans of the retro PlayStation will be happy to know that they too can hand out their business cards out of a tiny version of their favorite console.

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Based on the original 1994 Sony PlayStation design, this aluminum case from Takara Tomy Arts is perfect for carrying your business cards. It’s been embossed with the familiar flip-top CD-ROM drive lid, open, power and reset buttons, and the original PlayStation logo. The cases are available in both a traditional PlayStation gray, or a brushed metal finish. As much as I like the brushed metal look, I like the authenticity of the gray one.

At this point, the only place I’ve been able to find these so far is Japan’s NigiShow [JP], but I imagine they’ll turn up soon at global exporter Strapya-World, since I believe they’re the same company. They sell for ¥1000 (appx. $12 USD) each.

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