Stylus Central, Covertec, and Sena are all offering new cases for a wide variety of handheld models.
Stylus Central has introduced new aluminum cases for the HP iPAQ 4100, Toshiba e800/e805 (pictured at left), and the T-Mobile O2-XDA II. All three cases are lined in Neoprene, and each case features cutouts for access to the stylus, expansion card slot, IR port, headphone/earphone jack, synchronization port, and function buttons.
The HP iPAQ 4100 and Toshiba e800/e805 cases also feature an SD card Storage slot and a removable belt clip, and are currently on sale for $27.99 (normally $34.99). The O2-XDA II case is regularly $34.99 but is now available for the introductory price of $29.99.
For more information or online purchase, visit the Stylus Central web site.
Covertec has launched a new line of card wallets especially designed to store Secure Digital (SD) and Memory Stick (MS) expansion cards. Each wallet features four memory card slots and three business/credit card slots. The card wallet is made of leather and is available in three colors: black, brown, and red, all with a beige interior.
Covertec has also introduced a line of accessories for the Toshiba e805, including a leather case (pictured at right), screen protectors, a USB charge and sync cable, a worldwide travel charger, and a car charger. The case features a removable WIPS belt clip and a magnetic closure, and is available in black, brown, and red for $39.99. The screen protectors are available now for $15.95, while the USB sync/charge cable is $14.95. The USB sync/charge cable and car charger bundle is $19.95 and the worldwide travel charger and USB sync/charger bundle is $29.95.
For more information or online purchase, visit the Covertec web site.
Sena Cases has announced new cases for the HP iPAQ 4100 and 4300 series, the Dell Axim X3 Series (pictured at left), and the palmOne Tungsten T3. The cases are made of leather and are available with a black exterior and either a black, blue, or red interior, as well as an optional belt clip. Additional features include SD card storage, one extra pocket, a magnetic closure, access to all buttons and ports, and the ability to sync the device while it is in the case.
The cases are available for pre-order now, with shipping expected to begin on March 9th. Each case is regularly $39.99, but Sena is currently offering a pre-order discount of 20%, making the introductory cost only $31.99. Cases with a belt clip cost an additional $5, or an extra $4 with the pre-order discount.
For more information, visit the Sena Cases web site.