Another added feature to this case is the stylish business card holder that is located inside the case. This inconspicuous pouch allows you to carry business cards, receipts, or other such items, without affecting the area in which your device rests.
It's much softer than any previous leather case and, with its distinctive two-toned design and accented top-stitching, is quite attractive as well. The case comes equipped with a built-in, unobtrusive, reinforced leather clip that can easily slide on and off your belt.
I have the Seidio Premium Pouch Case which uses the same belt clip as this. Despite having paid $40 for it, it is now a childrens toy because it came off my belt so often. Frequently it would come off when sitting, thus not making any noise and I would lose my Treo.
Don't know about new Treo's (750,680,755)
While I don't own one of these top hosters, I can imagine it would be a pain to take newer style Treo out of the case. The reason being is that there is reasonably little room at the top of the device to grip. The volume controls (at least on the 755) are mounted very high and usually get pressed if I try to extract the device from the top.
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