UMD Card Storage Vertical Stand
Manufacturer : Dragonplus
Site : Buy from Brando
Price : $12.00
Overview : The Sony PSP storage stand will allow you to organise up to 12 UMD game discs, so you will always know where your games are. The stand will look extremely cool on your desk with its LED glow light built in (2 AAA batteries required).
Up to 12 UMD discs can be stored.
Supreme blue LED light effect.
LED On/Off button.
Power Supply : 2 x AAA batteries.
Size : 23.7 x 8.5 cm
Weight : 188gm
Quality/Usability : Does what its intended to do. It holds up to 12 UMD disc. Its made of plastic and is very light. Nice little feature it has is the light up (glow). It requires 2 x AAA batteries and has a On/Off button for the light. The LED light itself illuminates from the bottom.
Conclusion : This is a great item for those who dont have a place to store their UMD discs or dont like to put them into their original case. I personally, dont own or will own 12 UMD disc so I really have no use for this. There are people out there who actually will own and will use this to store their disc into. Only problem is that since its so light, if you were to take a UMD out, the whole thing might tip over if you were to use one hand. A suction cup or something alike would be good to have used to keep the stand in place.
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