ClearPC Xbox 360, PS 3, WII Security Cases Deter Theft and Tampering

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“Thousands of Wii’s, 360’s and Playstation 3’s are being stolen or tampered with,” says Frank G. of, lead designer and plastics fabricator for a string of new console security cases the company manufacturers.

“We’ve had a customer from a church in the Carolinas ask for help recently and we took that as a sign. I knew the WII was popular, but when they’re being stolen out of churches you realize just how popular they really are.”

ClearPC  announced 3 new additions to their acrylic case line in December 2008: a security case for the Nintendo Wii, the Xbox 360 and the Sony Playstation 3.

ClearPC’s cases are made from cast clear acrylic, a tough plastic that is extremely resistant to impact and damage. All of ClearPC’s cases are bonded with a molecular bonding agent. The edges are inseparable without a catastrophic attack.

The console security covers are made from a 3/16" cast acrylic that is not easily broken without applying tremendous force. When this security case is screwed down to an appropriately stationary platform, the case is immovable (there are four pass-through holes in the top of the case for a screw driver to pass to the bottom screws).

From their web site, it says that, “All edges are bonded to one another permanently (except the hatch which is bonded on one edge). Openings allows for wire pass-through, on-off and disc changing. The front door is lockable via camlock and two keys are provided.“

This enclosure is well-suited to Internet cafes, college dorms or any place where the consoles may be stolen or tampered with. It was designed and is manufactured exclusively at ClearPC, custom manufacturer of clear acrylic cases of all kinds for more than 10 years.

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