There are a lot of PS4 accessories, but this is one of the most useless ones on the market.
NO!, since I care for my PS4 I will buy this so in winter doesn't get a cold and.....awwww for get it don't know what da hell I'm saying..
kinda stupid the things people will buy lmao . but hey its their money to waste
A feather duster with a PS logo on it would be better, and it would sell like bread!
Thats what i use to dust off my ps4!! Lol Ladt time i used a cleaning cloth my ps4 ended up eith light scratches all over
They know that fan-boys are willing to buy everything for their console so they try to make money from everything, if it works why not :)
A cheap $4 duster brush at Walmart will do the same trick.
For dust perhaps, but it also prevents scratches and and other surface damage, especially good for those who want to keep it in shape for re-sale or taking to other people's homes. My PS4 has a ton of small scratches and other damage and I have no idea where they came from, but I do move it (room to room) a few times a weeks. $12 is kinda high for the material, but it looks like it fits perfectly, I wouldn't bother making my own.
Unless your PS4 is completely trashed or has big gouges in it, a bunch of light scratches is not going to reduce the value of the system. The phat PS3, and first slim, were highly susceptible to these types of scratches, but so long as they work, they have the same value. This is pretty true for most retro consoles as well, as a pristine condition box is not really worth more, but a "heavily used" one can see the price drop substantially since it raises other flags for the buyer. Ultimately, if you want to keep the maximum value in the system for selling later, keep it new...although you'd have to wait 10+ years after Sony stops selling them.
It's purpose is for storage. Just like how they make them for monitors, computers, cars, and bikes. It's not meant to be on the system when you use it, it's meant to keep as much dust off and out of the system as possible for if you aren't home or on vacation...
You get it right. Unlike other idiots that say the system will overheat. Of course you remove the dust cover before you play. Guess what people put dust covers over their monitors, keyboards and motor cycles.
Why is it that people who disagree with what others are saying are either idiots or fanboys? Is that really necessary? Why would anyone buy something so completely useless and worthless? A good sized laptop bag is much more useful than that POS. At least with a laptop bag you can store controllers, charging cords, power cord, and the camera if you have one. The arrogance of some people.
Its purpose is clearly not for storage. There is an opening for you to plug in your cables.
And? When you use a monitor or computer cover they have slots in the back as well for the cables. Do you expect people to unplug it everytime they aren't using it?
Wouldn't a $1 towel from Walmart or one's own linen closet serve the same purpose...and money?
Sure, but it's not shaped to fit it, and doesn't look as good.
OK, but why would people care about the look if they're going on vacation? ON top of that, do many people actually cover up all their stuff when they go on vacation?
Dust cover lol, just put a towel over it
Or just have a clean house, hoovering everyday helps Off topic: 8000th comment
I wish vacuuming was all I needed to keep my house dust free. My house is perpetually dusty. You dust, an hour later, there's a thin layer of dust on stuff. But it's a 40 year old house. We've been replacing carpet, put in a central filter for the heat pump, and will ultimately get some air purifiers to finally make the house as dust free as possible after all these years pretty soon. In any case, you can get a duster from wal-mart or lowe's for about $5. Or use a sock if you're so inclined. Dust inside the system is probably more detrimental than dust on the outside...in which case, it's recommended to take a vacuum(not compressed air) to the system once a month.
Ill rather build or modify a bench so that filters dust and stops it from getting in while it also doesnt isolate the air in so it has some airflow. Basically I wil cut a big square hole in the front doors and cover them with a nice filter and do the same in the back if needed. Much better Imo and will benefit all your electronics under the telie.
http://www.dinside.no/93299... Something like this!
They actually make a static sheet that attracts dust which you can put underneath your system and it catches the dust as it's being sucked in through the intake. It works pretty well. I use them with an auxiliary exhaust duct in the back of my entertainment center(custom built), which has it's own standard air return filter to keep dust from recirculating. It's also possible to just put regular air filter material on the intake ducts of the system as well, as they don't actually block air until they get clogged with dust...which can be frequent in a very dusty house.
Finally something to protect our ps4's while we wait for greatness.
Glad people could see I am a ps4 owner just having a laugh and not an Xbox owner trolling.
I will definitely be needing it for this fall.
Yeah, but then you would need a Dust Cover for your Dust Cover
I would just use a plastic bag if I wasn't using my consoles. I literally have some of my older consoles stored away in plastic bags. No need for something like this imo.
For older collectible stuff I use pillow cases that don't scratch plastic and pack them in a box with some kind of packing material...usually leftover Amazon shipping air pouches. Find it keeps everything dust free and protected. I prefer the original box and packaging material, but if I have to store it I put them in plastic bags which can be sealed since the boxes are worth money too on that stuff.
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