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dbrand now have Steam Deck Skins and Wraps

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Want to customize your Steam Deck look to match your style? Well, at least with dbrand now you can and they have some nice looking choices to mix together.

On their system you can order (each being separate and costing extra): a front skin ($19.95), back skin ($14.95), trackpad skins ($4.95) and tempered glass screen protectors (two pack $24.95). There's 28 different skin colours or patterns in total, so you can really make something wild — or nice and tame, whatever you want.

You could come up with something like this:

Or maybe this:

Shipping will begin before the end of April. I've put an order in, so we can take a look once they ship.

Check them out on dbrand.

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scaine 5 Apr
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I'd have to have a style before I could match my (as yet imaginary) Deck to it. Is "geeky, tight, hairy Scotsman" a style?

I absolutely Love the mahogany effect though. Beautiful.
dpanter 5 Apr
dpanter is delighted dbrand drapes Decks in da wood.
const 5 Apr
Quoting: scaineI'd have to have a style before I could match my (as yet imaginary) Deck to it. Is "geeky, tight, hairy Scotsman" a style?

I absolutely Love the mahogany effect though. Beautiful.

Having a concrete Steam Deck is also kind of tempting :D
Still, I would probably go with all matte white and keeping the trackpads unchanged.

I really wonder how it would look if I applied the skins. My sticker application skills are among the worst I have to offer.


Last edited by const on 5 April 2022 at 11:01 am UTC
Liam Dawe 5 Apr
Quoting: constI really wonder how it would look if I applied the skins. My sticker application skills are among the worst I have to offer.
I believe that crown will go to me, 100% guaranteed I will mess it up.
Quoting: scaineI'd have to have a style before I could match my (as yet imaginary) Deck to it. Is "geeky, tight, hairy Scotsman" a style?

I absolutely Love the mahogany effect though. Beautiful.
I just got a crazy idea from your description 😂

I'm thinking Tartan plaid style case, with a white indented tux on the left touch pad and a Scotch Malts on the other side, followed by a matrix style wallpaper on the screen, next to a haggis (I really need to get back to Scotland and get another proper haggis)

And now I'm hungry 😂
Quoting: BlackBloodRumnext to a haggis (I really need to get back to Scotland and get another proper haggis)
I like haggis, or at least I like the couple of hunks of haggis I've had. But I do find myself wondering if anyone in Scotland actually eats haggis, or if it's just something they do for tourists.
scaine 6 Apr
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Quoting: BlackBloodRumnext to a haggis (I really need to get back to Scotland and get another proper haggis)
I like haggis, or at least I like the couple of hunks of haggis I've had. But I do find myself wondering if anyone in Scotland actually eats haggis, or if it's just something they do for tourists.

Well, obviously, we all tend to eat haggis on Jan 25th, for Burn's night. If it's like a party, we'll even do the "Addressing the haggis" (reciting some/all of "Ode to a Haggis", then cutting it open) and the "Reply to the Laddies" (a humourous speech often pointing out men's flaws) too, both of which are great fun. In all my life though, I've only ever done that two or three times, so I suppose it depends on your circle of friends!

Otherwise, in our house at least haggis tends to be something we only cook about two or three times a year. However, it's incredibly popular as a breakfast item up here, so if you order a "Full Scottish Breakfast" it will almost certainly feature haggis along with the more traditional "English Breakfast" items like black pudding, sausages and bacon.

It's also very popular as a chippy option. While my boys favour a steak pie and my wife tends towards the traditional fish'n'chips, I almost always order the haggis. When it's served from a chippy, it's battered, which sounds weird, but (provided the batter isn't too thick) works really well. Give it a dash of brown sauce - delicious.

Fair to say it's not just for tourists though, at least in my experience.
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