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CASES: New Piel Frama leather cases for Pocket PCs announced
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 01.09.04 - 14:07:24 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7294x
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Piel Frama today announced the availability of their latest leather case for the HP iPAQ H6300 series Pocket PC Phone Edition and the Fujitsu-Siemens Loox 700 series.

Both leather cases are available from now in brown or red and features:

HP iPAQ H6300 Series

  • It incorporates the new belt clip system (with- or without belt clip and knob)
  • Magnet system closure
  • 2 credit cards slots
  • 1 money pocket
  • It incorporates a removable small leather case for the keyboard


The end user price with the extra keyboard case is 65 Euro and includes UPS shipping costs. Delivery should take around 12 days, according to Piel Frama.

Fujitsu-Siemens Loox 700 Series

  • This leather case also incorporates Piel Frama's new belt clip system (with- or without belt clip and knob)
  • Magnet system closure
  • 2 credit cards slots
  • 1 money pocket

Fujitsu Siemens Loox 700 series

The end user price is 60 Euro and also includes UPS shipping costs.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [More Information HP iPAQ] [Buy Here]
Related Links : [More Information FJS Loox] [Buy Here] Source : [Piel Frama]


 

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Posted by Scotty on 04.09.04 - 07:16:29

They have one for the i-mate PDA2K (XDAIII) too!  It would be great to get a review from you Arne!

Posted by Arne Hess on 06.09.04 - 15:01:11

[1] Yes, will try to review it ASAP! Already asked Piel Frama for that case (especially because I have a Blue Angel here I can use for the review ;-))

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