Venom Announce And Release A Carry Case for The PlayStation Classic

Venom, a leading UK provider of quality gaming accessories, announced today the Carry Case for PlayStation Classic, the ideal traveling and storage companion to the new PlayStation Classic console.

Available for pre-order today and expecting to ship via Amazon on December 14th, 2018, the Carry Case offers a one-stop storage solution, providing a custom fit internal space for the PlayStation Classic console and the two wired controllers.

High-performance protection is provided via the robust outer shell and comfortable carry handle, designed to prevent the hardware from damage associated with travel. The soft lining eliminates the chance of scuffs and scratches, while the internal straps prevent internal movement, keeping your PlayStation Classic pristine at all times!

Lightweight, durable and portable, the Carry Case for PlayStation Classic also houses an internal zip pocket, providing ample storage for accessories such as an HDMI cable, as well as an extra secure dual-zip fastening system, ensuring your console remains safe when being unpacked from the case.

“PlayStation fans have an opportunity to purchase a piece of gaming history with the PlayStation Classic and the team at Venom is excited to relive the legendary 20 titles included with the system,” said Kelly Rist, Marketing Executive for Venom UK. “The PlayStation Classic contains a lot of fun in a most diminutive size, all the more reason as to protect your hardware when travelling this Holiday season, or when not in use. The Carry Case from Venom will help ensure that your classics remain playable for another 25 years, and we expect it to be a popular stocking filler for PlayStation fans everywhere.”

The Carry Case retails for an SRP of £14.99 and is available for pre-order today at Amazon, expecting to ship on December 14th, 2018.

Jim Smale

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