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Lajo Releases eXo2 Case

picLajo creator of the iSkin silicone case, zip case, iShades, and recently the Xskn2 case has announced yet another new case, the eXo2 which updates the existing eXo case with silicone protecting the touchwheel on 3G iPods. The eXo2 is available now for preorder and includes zip TPU case, a removable belt clip and iShade (crystal) screen protector for a special introductory price of $32.50. There are currently ten colors to choose from, but more will become available with each week. Shipping will begin sometime this month.

Press Release:

eXo2 by Lajo will be ready for shipping this month.  eXo2 with its covered menu and control wheel will offer extreme protection for those that demand it and a line of accessories are being manufactured to offer sport minded people a method to make their eXo

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Comments

1

Cool…but umm what? Who is doing what..when…how? ;)

Posted by MeanE on November 6, 2003 at 8:34 AM (CST)

2

32 bucks? this lajo guy should go back to russia…

Posted by podlover on November 6, 2003 at 11:40 AM (CST)

3

jebbus fracking crust…

lajos website has to be the most inane, non-working, confusing, unclear, badly layed out,  bag over the head..

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD - JUST MAKE THE PAGE USEABLE!

Posted by steve jobs on November 6, 2003 at 2:13 PM (CST)

4

Hmm. Interesting. I wonder what else you can really do with silicone?

Posted by nick954 on November 6, 2003 at 2:58 PM (CST)

5

yep stevie, I agree with you - I tried to find a decent sized picture on that website for a while and finally just gave up…

Posted by me on November 6, 2003 at 3:05 PM (CST)

6

As you may know my site is mainly a site for resellers and distributors and very soon the online resellers that buy from me will have much better pictures that I every do although sometimes I have a few winners too.  For those that frequent my site know that they can view an inventory controlled ordering system in express (express can be found on the main menu and here you will find eXo2). But I thank you for expressing your frustration that my site is not user friendly and I will be working on that.

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on November 6, 2003 at 5:00 PM (CST)

7

Is it me or is this website the best-looking WORST site I’ve ever seen?

It is unbelievably redundant and for all its show, says nothing. There are like 3 ways to order what look like the same thing, and 3 websites that take you to one that resembles 99% of the one you just went to but you’re not sure if it’s different or not.  All I wanted is a look at the newest skin for 3rd generation, and it’s INANE. 

Seriously, no more running around.  Seriously, we’re selling a case for the ipod.  Make it logical for goodness sakes.

Seriously, I can NOT find the newest model that I’m looking for.  And this is after repeated trips. You own the market. 

Sorry, I was upset. But seriously, please work on it.  We’ll buy it—but seriously, it’s hard to buy your product. 
Anyone else agree?

Posted by hi on November 6, 2003 at 7:19 PM (CST)

8

So are you serious?

Posted by smart on November 6, 2003 at 7:21 PM (CST)

9

Yeah, I think he was serious, but I could be mistaken.

Actually, that’s a good point about the website.  I have an iSkin for my 40GB iPod and love it.  It’s a nice product, Mr. Cymbalski, but it *is* somewhat frustrating trying to find out more about it on your website.  I second the motion that you improve your site design.  The graphics are fine, but the workflow/clickthrough needs to be simplified and clarified.

Posted by Byron on November 6, 2003 at 7:50 PM (CST)

10

You are absolutely right, I have been too focused on the program end of the site to help distributors and resellers order multiple products with one click, data base control of inventory, recording best selling products and an express ordering system to view all the products instantly.  Now you guys have kick my but, pointed me in the right direction and I will start the process of redoing the site to have a logical flow for customers and allow you to instantly find things see features and see the different colored cases outside of a dot of color.  This will also be good for me and I appreciate you waking me up.

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on November 6, 2003 at 9:26 PM (CST)

11

The Xskin looks just like eXo and Lajo’s charging $32 bucks?

I think I’ll pass on eXo2 and wait for eXo3 or may exo4 and 5.

Posted by wally on November 6, 2003 at 10:24 PM (CST)

12

I have tried to order on 3 different browsers and STILL no luck. What the #$*@? Lajo, what is up with that??

And if there is going to be an eXo 3 in December, tell us why should we bother buying eXo 2 now?

Please, tell us an alternate way to order, because I am about to give up on this product.

Posted by Scott on November 6, 2003 at 11:58 PM (CST)

13

Specifically, when I enter a quantity in the box and click “Submit”, it clears the box and nothing is added to my cart. Nothing else seems to work properly on this site (one of the reasons I ordered my original eXo through iSkin and not Lajo).

Posted by Scott on November 7, 2003 at 12:03 AM (CST)

14

How to use the site - enter the qt you want to buy for as many products as you want and then submit once, look at the top right of the page and you will see the items purchased ,your discount, DHL fee and your total, click the picture of the cart next to the total to see the details of your order, you order form will appear with all the items you selected.

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on November 7, 2003 at 12:23 AM (CST)

15

Maybe you should try the websit yourself to see if it is intuitive…I assure you, it is not.

And your directions dor ordering do not work. EVERY time, when I click submit, the quatity vanishes and nothing is added to my cart.

Posted by Scott on November 7, 2003 at 1:29 AM (CST)

16

If you are using safari you will not be able to submit your order it has something to do none compatibility with asp coding and how safari reads it.  Use Mac explorer 5.0 or greater and you will not have any problem we test it here in China with both a Mac and a PC computer and it is fine. This is mentioned on the site but it seems as though it is not mentioned in enough places

Posted by Lajo on November 7, 2003 at 1:49 AM (CST)

17

your site is confusing, Lajo.  Too much fun visuals, but nothing that really says what each product is and no way to get a good look at the product.  I’m glad that your resellers can figure out how to use the site, maybe they’re all geniuses or something.

Seriously, just make the damn site simple to use.

Posted by thai on November 7, 2003 at 3:16 AM (CST)

18

We are worked on it today but now my mind is drained after looking working on it for 4 hours. You know how it is when you are too close to something.

Posted by Lajo on November 7, 2003 at 3:55 AM (CST)

19

“And if there is going to be an eXo 3 in December, tell us why should we bother buying eXo 2 now?”

I got the impression that eXo2 is for older iPods with the buttons around the dial, and eXo3 is for 3rd gens.  Maybe Lajo can clarify this…

Posted by Byron on November 7, 2003 at 5:54 AM (CST)

20

I am exo’d out. Let get some more questions in and I will answer them all during the weekend.

Posted by Lajo on November 7, 2003 at 8:01 AM (CST)

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