Covertec, long known for their high-quality leather flip-cases for PDAs going back to the original days of the Palm series, has decided to enter a new market--premium screen protectors. While they have previously sold other types of screen protectors, their new line is intended to compete with the high-durability, anti-glare types sold by other accessory manufacturers.
HP has posted on its support site a ROM Update for the iPAQ h5400 series; Sena has new leather cases for the h1910 and NZ90; and there are new versions of eWallet and FlyZip XR.
Don't get me wrong — I love my Palm Tungsten T — but finding the proper protection for my 'baby' has been my personal quest since the day I opened the box and threw away the TT's infamous plastic shield. Since then, I have tried and tossed away several cases, some generic and some 'designed' for the TT. None have been perfect and I was forced to work with one that was the least offensive, eagerly waiting for the PDA case makers to come to the rescue. The people at Bellagio must have been thinking the same thing as their Slipper case comes close to meeting all my requirements of a perfect TT case.
For high-class style, it's hard to beat a leather case. Covertec has been making cases since before the birth of the original Palm Pilot, and given their quality it's not surprising that they're still around. The Covertec Axim X5 case, like their other leather cases, comes in your choice ofblack, red or brown leather, each with light brown stiching along the edges
Softick PPP allows Palm users to access the Web on their handheld from the cradle, VajaCases has a new case for the Axim X5 series, Maptech has a set of maps for those who want to get off the beaten path, and more.
PocketMusic is a new freeware MP3 player for the Pocket PC, visual Key allows users to tap on a picture to unlock their handheld, there are new cases for the Tungsten T and iPAQ, and much more.
This is a very nice hard case from Proporta. Manufactured from 100% aircraft grade anodised aluminum with a thin neoprene lining and weighing just 48g (< 1.7oz), our aluminium cases measure just a fraction more than your iPAQ device itself (130 x 83 x 23 or 5.1 x 3.2 x 0.9 in).
Qvadis is giving away free copies of its ebook reader to users of the defunct AportisDoc, Sena Cases is coming out with a flip case for the Dell Axim X5, Mapopolis is putting its N. American maps on CD, and more.
About a month ago we brought you news of Sena's plans to expand beyong their Clie offerings to bring Dell Axim and Tungsten T cases to market. Sena has now made a formal announcement, here are the details.
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