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Monaco Aluminum Case for Treo 750

Thu Mar 29, 2007 - 3:23 AM EDT - By Tim Hillebrand


Overall, this case shows your Treo 750 off to good advantage, affords accessibility to all the buttons and ports while offering the protection of a strong but light aluminum suit of armor for your faithful knight. It weighs less than a birdÂ’s beak and is the perfect choice if you like to operate your Treo without the touch screen.

However, I would not personally purchase this case for my Treo 750 Pocket PC because it is too much trouble to open the door every time I want to use the machine. I would prefer to use this style case with a Smartphone such as my Samsung Black Jack or Moto Q because they obviously do not have touch screens.

Compared to other cases, I think the price is fair considering its quality, strength, and functionality.

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Design 3
Protection 3
Functionality 2
Price 4
(not an average)
  • Attractive
  • Easy to dismount from belt clip
  • Extremely sturdy case
  • Offers full protection except keyboard
  • Reasonable price
  • Offers full access to all buttons and ports
  • Cons
  • Sticks out from belt a long way
  • No keypad protection
  • Hinders access to touch screen

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