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If you're at a party, or looking through the window at one, and you see someone pull out a business card holder then chances are you might assume they're a bit of a stiff, or at least not half as cool as you are.

Most of the time you might be true. Well, unless you're looking at Patrick Bateman of course.

But how about if someone pulled out a business card holder which looked like the original PlayStation console? Wouldn't you then be rather desperate to get one of those cards (and the holder)?

This painfully brilliant card case comes from Japanese company Takara Tomy Arts, who've given gamers a way to wear their passion with pride, even when they're embroiled in grown-up business stuff.

Sadly, it might involve some deperate eBaying to find yourself one but let us know if you get lucky.

via [technabob]

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