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SP Experts ClearCase

Wed May 31, 2006 - 6:22 PM EDT - By James Hromadka

Conclusion

The ClearCase is great for those who want a stylish, smooth, slim case for their Treo but don't like the rubber issues that rubber skin cases bring, or the cold feel of a metal case. This case is not only high-tech but also easy on the wallet. The only real problem is its tight SD card holder. If you have no need for a belt clip or a screen lid, take a look at the CrystalCase instead.



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Criteria 

Rating

Features 4
Usability 4
Setup 3
Cost/Benefit 5
Overall
(not an average)
Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Nice clean minimalist look
  • Easy access to main Treo functions
  • Fits perfectly in INNODock Cradle
  • Includes screen flip cover
  • Cons
  • SD card slot not well designed fit is way too tight
  • No cutout for reset hole


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    Product Info
    Details
    > Name SP Experts ClearCase
    > Company Smartphone Experts
    > Weight 1.2 oz. / 36 g.
    > Test Unit Treo 650 w/ T-Mobile
    > Fact Sheet & User Opinions
    Availability
    > Available
    Pricing
    > $24.95

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