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Pelican Design-Your-Own Faceplate for Xbox 360

Pelican Design-Your-Own Faceplate for Xbox 360

If you happen to be an early-adopter that has a 360 but isn't digging the faceplate options currently available, check out the Design-your-Own Faceplate service from Pelican ($35). You can choose to use Pelican's design tools to make your creation, or upload your own art to be used to make the 'plate. While their tools are okay, we're really excited about uploading our own art — an Uncrate-branded faceplate sounds pretty cool to us. [Thanks, Ted]

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