Sony patented the detachable design of the PlayStation 5

After the previous sue leather manufacturer Dbrand for their PlayStation 5 sides, Sony has finally patented for their own design.

As discovered by OPattack, a new patent, filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), shows detachable Sony designs PlayStation 5 front end, allowing for more customization of the rather bland and awkwardly shaped console.

Before, Sony has been in competition with brands that sell their own detachable PlayStation 5 glasses, often pursuing legal action, even though they don’t sell any similar products. With this new patent, however, all that could be about to change, as Sony could easily start selling or licensing these customizable designs.

There’s no word on when, or indeed if, Sony will start selling the detachable PlayStation 5 skin or glass, but hopefully they’ll put something into production soon to meet the custom demand. control panel.

If you can’t wait for anything Sony to have available, Dbrand is still selling their update Darkplates 2.0, which has an updated design, legally distinct from the Sony patent, also provides slightly better cooling for the console. Sony patented the detachable design of the PlayStation 5


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