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February 18, 2009 at 3:35 PM

Check out Brandon Roy’s Husky purple PS3, Obama consoles

Sony stocked the players’ lounge at last weekend’s NBA All-Star game in Phoenix with a bunch of PlayStation 3 consoles, then let players customize systems for themselves.

Of course it was a publicity stunt – I saw these first on the PlayStation blog – but some of the consoles are pretty cool. Maybe these guys have a future in industrial design.

Here’s a sample, including Brandon Roy’s Husky purple PS3:

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The Celtics’ Paul Pierce went with President Obama’s “Hope” theme:

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Then there’s the LeBron James edition:

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Comments | Topics: Gadgets & products, Games & entertainment, Huskies

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