Dbrand Offering Customizable Pixel Skins With Nexus 'X' on Back

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On the backside of Pixel devices, you obviously won’t find the word “Nexus” anywhere, but instead, a simplistic G for Google. For all of the Nexus diehards, dbrand has a skin option available for both the Pixel and Pixel XL, which will replace that G with a Nexus X.

This new skin option is available in dbrand’s online interactive customizer system, which actually has more than 160,000 possible Pixel skin combinations. For example, if you want Red carbon fiber with a colored X, or a White leather option with Black X, you can have it. 

For pricing, both the Pixel and Pixel XL are priced identically – $9.95 gets you two types of back skins, $4.95 gets you a front skin, and logos start at under $1. That’s not too shabby to make your Pixel look like a futuristic Nexus.

If you are interested, follow the link below.

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