(My apologies, I’m on a bit of a run with PSP blog posts at the moment)
We’re both really happy with them, so in the ‘word-of-mouth’ spirit of the blogosphere I thought I would do a short write up here.
The USP of the CoreCase is that it doubles as a nice little stand for your PSP. Lift the flip-up lid over the screen and click it against a small magnet located on the back of the case. Put the opened case on a desk, aeroplane seat tray or other flat surface and the PSP is set at the perfect angle to watch movies on! Sofia mainly uses her PSP solely for watching movies, so for her it’s ideal.
The Core Case is made of thin-profile
metal aluminium, and feels strong whilst remaining light and non-bulky. The case doesn’t get in the way when playing a game in your hands either – which is obviously important.
It has some nice features – including easy access to the power and ear-phone sockets when the case is closed, and room to store two Memory Stick Duo’s in the inside of the lid.
The only downside is that you can’t change UMD disks whilst the PSP is in the case – but that’s no real biggie as the case slides on and off the PSP with ease (nothing to lock in or screw out).
If you’re in the market for a PSP case, you can’t go wrong at less than US$15 each – and you can get them directly from CoreCases.com.
BUT I’m pleased to say that I have one up for grabs to give away to a reader of my blog! Corey @ CoreCases.com included an extra Core Case in our shipment and so I’m happy to give that away…
All you need to do is leave a comment below and I’ll pick one at random in a weeks time or so… Best of luck.