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iVoler releases their Steam Deck carrying case

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iVoler has added a Steam Deck carrying case to their line-up of Deck-related accessories. As one would expect, it is designed to protect the aforementioned device. There’s also plenty of room to store things like an AC charger, a small power bank, headphones and other gaming accessories.

Inside the case

The case features a soft inner lining and custom-fit compartments that keep everything secure during transportation. To protect everything inside there’s also a durable outer shell. With the iVoler carrying case, gamers can now take their favorite games with them wherever they go, without worrying about damaging their device.

According to the Amazon listing the case has a comfortable and sturdy handle, large capacity, dual zippers and Velcro straps to hold things in place. The case is made from hard EVA material and has a soft fleece inside. The reinforced handle ensures the user can comfortably pick it up. The double zipper design allows for a smooth opening and closing experience. Finally, the Velcro straps help keep everything in place.

Product photo of the iVoler Steam Deck Carrying Case

Jeffery Lee, Head of iVoler Product and Marketing had this to say about the device. “We’re thrilled to release our first Steam Deck carrying case. Our goal has always been to provide gamers with high-quality accessories that enhance their gaming experience. We believe that the Steam Deck carrying case is the perfect addition to any gamer’s collection.”

Overall, the iVoler’s version of a Steam Deck carrying case seems to be a tad chunkier than the official Steam ones. This is to accommodate the space needed for the extra item storage inside.

About iVoler

iVoler is a brand that has provided high-quality Nintendo, Steam Deck, Smart Phone, and PC accessories for almost a decade. In the past 8 years, they have helped millions of customers make their gaming lives better and easier.

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