I caught these designer console skins from WaSaBi while cruising the merch area at this year's Tokyo Game Show, and spent about ten minutes trying to decide on whether or not to splurge. I'm kind of loving the cherry blossom theme on the right, but I can't tell if it would take away from the natural and minimalist feel of the Wii, and/or clash with the rest of my decor. The other designs are pretty sweet too but still, I've never been one to mod my consoles, even if it's with a $20 skin. Help me decide — what do you think?
It's one thing to bling out a small device like a Nintendo DS, but an entire console? Not for the faint of heart. If that Wii sitting on your TV stand is just "too white" then these Floral Wii Decals ($19) may be what you need to get rid of the blinding white exterior.
Of course, should you tire of flowers, you can always take the decal off. Which, if you live with your boyfriend, may be required.
What do you think?
Since everything and anything is getting "skinned" these days and because most of you loved the blue and pink Xbox 360 controllers, I thought I'd share these with you.
Geek geared by TeamSugar user PrincessTracy, these Intec Wii Remote Skins are gel protectors for your Wiimote. Each cover is said to prevent remote controller damage caused by everyday use. And not only that, but you'll be making your Wiimote stand out from the rest. The colored skins cost $12 each and include a wrist strap.
Say goodbye to boring manufacturer colors as gadgets everywhere are getting a huge makeover. With funky covers, sleeves, cases and skins, there are no excuses for having a plain Jane gadget.
Case in point - these Wii Skins by DecalGirl add some serious style to an otherwise basic white Wii. There are way too many great designs for me to count and for $15 there are no excuses for not primping your Wii.
To see some pics of my personal fave Wii skins including boomerang pink, hibiscus, purple dots and sorority, just read more