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Sumdex is making available in February three new storage cases.
The Diana City Tote, model NON-611 from the company's women's business case collection, is designed for commuting and travel. The fully padded computer compartment provides protection for units up to 14.1 inches. Made of water-repellent jacquard nylon with leather handles, the case offers front multifunctional pockets for cellphone, PDA and writing instruments. Colors are tan, red, black and gray. Suggested retail is $99.95.
Neo Campak, model NBC-129, is a thin profile case designed for mini digital camera, MD/MP3 players, iPod Mini and cellphones. Three compartments provide versatile storage. Made of water repellent soft Suedeskin, bags come in black, red, brown and blue for a suggested $29.95.
City Movie Bag, model NOC-228, is part of Sumdex's U-emerge case collection. Designed for most large digital cameras and camcorders, MD/MP3 players and cellphone, the unit offers ease of access to a front compartment for memory card and other accessories storage. The bag is made of water-repellent, high-density jacquard nylon and comes in red, black, tan and gray. Suggested retail is $39.95.
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