07. 22. 2007
Facelift for your gadgets
I was wary of putting ANYTHING on my brand new iPhone, let alone a skin, soooo . . . I experimented by putting a DeCal Girl's Motorola RAZR one on my daughter's cell phone first. It was like a new phone, and fortunately, she thinks so too. (And hopefully, I've bought myself another month before she starts asking for a device with a full QWERTY keyboard.)
Cheap and easy to apply, my daughter and I decided to do her DS Lite next, in Peach Dots. Beautiful, except getting the stylus out is a bit of a pain. Then my husband's Playstation in the Blue Neon Flames . . .
There's no shortage of skins for any kind of gadget either; laptops, Apple TV, Xbox, Playstation, Game Cube, cell phones, iPhones, you name it.
Printed on premium adhesive-backed cast vinyl, then covered with a clear protectant layer for durability, the adhesive reportedly comes off with no sticky residue. We haven't tried that yet. The Xbox and Playstation skins are made of a durable vinyl skin which is guaranted for the life of your console, as is the matching skin for the controller.
By the way, each iPhone skin includes a special download code to allow you to get a free matching background wallpaper, like this:
Available at DECAL GIRL, prices start at $9.99 for the cell phone skins.