Posted by D_Martin on June 5, 2012 at 03:18 PM CST
Los Angeles, CA. - June 5, 2012 (E3 EXPO, Booth #5222 West Hall) -- A Jedi's strength flows from ... his phone? PowerA today announced that it will debut a limited edition collection of licensed cases for iPhone 4/4S at the E3 Expo June 5-7 in Los Angeles. Iconic imagery, classic poster art and sculpted character representations from the Star Wars™ universe allow iPhone users to show their Star Wars pride with these officially licensed Star Wars cases from PowerA.





"These are indeed the iPhone cases you are looking for," quipped John Moore, vice president of product development and marketing for PowerA. "Mobile phones play a huge part in the lives of so many, and for the last 35+ years Star Wars has been a prominent part of mainstream culture. These innovative and high quality cases inspired by classic Star Wars art and characters are eye-catchers for fans of the franchise."



The Star Wars Collector Case Series for iPhone 4/4S allow fans to touch and see iconic Star Wars character art in sculpted detail. R2-D2, Chewbacca, C-3PO and Darth Vader each have their own unique details represented on their individual cases. The Star Wars Saga Cases for iPhone 4/4S feature two different designs inspired by the original poster art from the classic films and the droids on Tatooine.

Related Articles
July 2, 2012  Photo Archive: PowerA Phone Cases
March 30, 2012  Han Solo Carbonite iPhone Case On Etsy
March 27, 2012  Earloomz Star Wars Yoda & Vader Bluetooth Headsets
March 18, 2008  Star Wars On The Phone?
December 19, 2007  The Empire Strikes Back For Your Phone

San Diego Comic-Con 2014
More News at TheForce.net
There was an error retrieving the news feed
NEW IN THE PHOTO ARCHIVE:
Probe
Droid
Poll
While it can be argued that both are important to many collectors, the Probe Droid wants to know, if given the choice, would you demand Hasbro brought back all the articulation or improve the paint applications.
Great Paint applications are more important to me.
I'm all about multiple poses, so I'd rather see all the articulation come back.
Current Results