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Wii quit: Taiwanese company making LCD shield

Justin McElroy

Looking for the perfect gift for the man who has everything, but still wants the world to know that he's a clumsy bastard? Allow us to introduce the Wii shield, a big, dumb piece of plastic that protects LCDs from 30" to 46" from flying Wiimotes. We assume it would protect from other things too (God knows we're totally throwing a TiVo remote if Blake loses tonight) but we're a gaming site, so let's just roll with it.

Ready to buy one? Well, you can't, and not just because we'll punch you in the face if you try. Taiwanese manufacturer LCDArm isn't selling them yet, thought they promise Gearlog that they're on the way, much to the delight of sweaty-palmed gamers with cash (and dignity) to burn.

[Thanks, Brigham]

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