Announces New Skin Products for the Nintendo DS Platform

Share Article, an industry leader in the fast-paced "skinning" industry, is excited to announce the release of the first-ever vinyl skin products for the Nintendo DS handheld game console. is pleased to be the first to market with a removable vinyl "skin" kit for the new Nintendo DS(TM) handheld game console. Specializing in full-color, high resolution photo-realistic designs, they offer the highest quality skin products on the market today. Beginning with premium cast vinyl with a patented removable adhesive, the skins are produced using a 6-color, UV resistant printing process. Once printed, they're covered with a gloss protectant layer to prevent smudging, scratching or fading and are computer-cut to precisely fit the application. A strict quality assurance process ensures that each skin is of the highest caliber possible.

"Gamers wanting to change the look of their game console can do so in minuires, without voiding any warranty and for less than $10. We have very strict standards for the designs we'll use," said Amanda Peters, Managing Director of "Each one of the dozens of designs being released for the holidays was hand-picked to ensure that we live up to our reputation for providing the highest-quality skins on the market."

Skins can be purchased online at or through any one of the dozens of authorized outlets, websites and distribution partners worldwide.

Recognized as a leader in the vinyl skin market, has a long history of innovation. They were the first company to offer skins for the slim-design Playstation 2(TM), the Nintendo GameCube(TM) controller, the Apple iPod Min(TM), and pushed the envelope with skin designs on the Microsoft Xbox(TM) console.

About is the leading international manufacturer of removable skin products for game consoles and other consumer electronic devices. Ryan Peters, one of the founding partners, is a published author who has won three prestigious BDA Design Awards for his work in interactive television and had two of his ITV design and programming projects nominated for technical Emmy Awards in both 2002 and 2003.

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