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Make sure your Pocket PC is protected if it is raining.
Posted on 3-Sep-2003 21:14 | Tags Filed under: News


Make sure your Pocket PC is protected if it is raining.
This cover was designed to protect the XDA/T-Mobile/SX56 from getting wet when used in the rain, snow and also against high dirt areas. This is a water resistant cover (not water proof, it can not be submerged).

The vinyl is soft enough to allow the use of your device without removing it from the PDA rain coat.

For US$ 15.99 + S&H this is a good investment.


More information: http://www.infusionthreads.com/html/pda_rain_...




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