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» Slipper Prism Usability Conclusion
I've finally found it! A case that I will really use. I've reviewed and tested a dozen different cases from as many manufacturers. I try them, I use them for a while, then I find something that bugs me about them. Too cheap, too big, too tight, too inconvenient, can't
hot sync, doesn't work with a Visor Prism, etc. The Slipper Prism from E&B Company is NONE of these things. It's my new favorite case.
The Slipper Prism is everything that is good about a PDA case. As with all the E&B Cases, it is made with Napa Cowhide Leather, which is of greater quality than the leather cases that come with Visors. It is a very stiff case, and provides definite edge protection for the corners of the Prism. The Slipper Prism is cut-out in the front, allowing complete access to the Prism's screen, graffiti area and hardware buttons. It also has a special cutout on the right-hand-side just for the power button. It has good quality
Velcro at the bottom below the buttons that meshes with the soft Velcro on the top of the flip portion of the case. The flip top of the case allows enough slack to keep thin
Springboard Modules like the Eyemodule left in the Visor.
$39.95 (w/ clip)
$36.95 (w/o clip)