Pocket PC Magazine has published a review of an aluminum PDA case for iPAQ devices available at StylusCentral.com. Allen Gall, a product reviewer with Pocket PC Magazine, calls the case “slender and form fitting” and says he “wouldn’t be worried at all about the drops, scrapes, and bumps that can happen during regular use” if his iPAQ is protected by this case made of aircraft-grade anodized aluminum.
The case is precision molded to fit the exact dimensions of specific PDA models and includes Neoprene lining to firmly secure the handhelds to protect them against drops, shocks and collisions. The model Mr. Gall reviewed, designed to the exact dimensions for the iPAQ 2215 model includes cutouts in the case to provide easy access to the PDA’s stylus, memory slot, headphone jack, IR port, microphone, reset button, speaker and charging/synchronization port. The model also includes a slot for storing an extra SD card.