iPHONE CASES Star Wars By PowerA
PowerA, a leadng manufacturer of gaming controllers and accessories, has created a new line of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s phone cases. The first wave of these collector cases debuted at the 2012 E3 Expo in Los Angeles, CA and released for initial sale on the PowerA website. Beginning on 7/22/12, the phone cases will also be for sale in Best Buy stores. The initial wave of phone cases is made up of two collectors cases (R2-D2 and Chewbacca), and two Saga Cases, with original art from the Star Wars movie poster or the Droids of Tatooine. There are at least two other collector cases coming later in 2012, Darth Vader and C-3PO.

DROIDS OF TATOOINE

Year: 2012
Suggested Retail: $29.99
Assortment Number: CPFA000539
UPC Number: 6 17885 00013 3

A NEW HOPE POSTER ART

Year: 2012
Suggested Retail: $29.99
Assortment Number: CPFA000536
UPC Number: 6 17885 00010 2

R2-D2

Year: 2012
Suggested Retail: $39.99
Assortment Number: CPFA000533
UPC Number: 6 17885 00007 2

CHEWBACCA

Year: 2012
Suggested Retail: $39.99
Assortment Number: CPFA000532
UPC Number: 6 17885 00006 5
Product Information
Manufacturer: PowerA
About This Case
  • Case securely snaps into place. No Force powers required.
  • Art, straight from the original Lucas Arts movie posters.
  • A limited edition case fit for the most avid Star Wars collector.
  • Officially licensed Star Wars product developed by PowerA.
  • iPhone sold separately.

Text & Photography by Jay Shepard

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