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Case Logic has unveiled a PDA storage product, called the Strongman Attachment System. The cases, said to be unique in that these are designed to securely hold and protect any PDA without the need for messy Velcro or annoying fabric, is made of durable molded plastic that secures a variety of PDA brands and sizes.
PLT-4, PLT-5 and PLT-8 are made of a high-quality leather-like Koskin material. The slim, sleek and stylish cases with classic, conservative design are compact and well suited for a business man or woman who prefers to stash the PDA in a pocket, briefcase or purse.
Each features a secure closure, business card slots and a stylus holder. Post-It notes are secured in the case by a convenient elastic strap. All three cases have a suggested $24.99 retail.
Also universally sized, the PLT-2, at a suggested $24.99 retail, is available in Koskin or a sporty blue neoprene and black material combination. It features a pen loop, card holder and slip pockets for ease of organization, as well as screen-protecting divider with clear view-mesh to store Graffiti alphabet cards.
Strongman PDA cases are currently available.
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