Cars 2 Nintendo 3DS (and DS) Accessories for the Kiddie Boppers

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Earlier today, I told you about CM4’s Catalyst Slim Cover for Nintendo 3DS. It’s a case aimed at adults and responsible handheld caretakers who want basic device protections in a stylish and sophisticated package. But what about the kids? Don’t worry, Disney and Performance Designed Products (PDP) have the younger audience all taken care of.

Disney and PDP have three new accessories to offer users of any member of the Nintendo DS family tree. Pictured up top is the Cars 2 Lightning McQueen Fill & Go, a soft, car-shaped carrying case capable of toting around a system and three game cartridges. PDP’s product listing only mentions that it can hold a DS Lite, DSi or DSi XL, but I have confirmed with the company’s PR that it is 3DS compatible as well. It retails for $24.99 at Toys R Us, Wal-mart and pdp.com.

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If you want something cheaper and more streamlined than a big, squishy car, the Cars 2 Universal System Case is the way to go. At $12.99, it’s very affordable, and it’s detailed Lightning McQueen artwork is sure to put a smile on the face of any youngster. The case is capable of storing all Nintendo DS devices and up to six game cards. Pick one up today at Best Buy, Toys R Us or pdp.com.

Last but not least, PDP is also selling a Lightning McQueen stylus, with a car figurine on one end, a touch screen safe tip on the other end, and a comfortable grip built to hold up for long sessions of tapping, flicking, and drawing. For only $8.99, it’s the ultimate collectible accessory for any Cars 2 fan. You’ll only find these at Toys R Us and from PDP directly.

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