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PDO rolls out TopSkin, Flipp cases for iPhone 3G


PDO has announced its new TopSkin and Flipp cases for the upcoming iPhone 3G. The TopSkin is a form-fitting silicone case featuring a play-through design that covers the power, volume, and home buttons in a slim layer of silicone, while cut-outs allow for access to the iPhone’s screen, camera, ring/vibrate switch, speakers, and microphone. The device’s Dock Connector and headphone jack are covered by flaps that can be opened for access and protect the ports when not in use. In addition, the TopSkin features a micro texture grip on all four sides, and includes a slim-profile belt clip and a full frontal screen protector. PDO’s TopSkin for iPhone 3G will sell for $20 and will be available in black, blue, pink, and white in July.

imageThe PDO Flipp for iPhone 3G is a premium black leather flip-style case featuring a flip-up front cover with magnetic close, and cut-out access to all ports and controls. It also features an integrated belt clip and includes a full frontal screen protector. The PDO Flipp Leather Case for iPhone 3G will sell for $30 and is expected to ship in July. Lastly, PDO announced its Screen Protector sets for iPhone 3G. The screen protectors are precision cut to cover the entire front face of the iPhone 3G except for the home button and speaker. PDO’s Screen Protectors for iPhone 3G will come in packs of two and will be available in early July for $10.

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Ordered the PDO TopSkin in black based on this blurb, the positive review about the 2G phone version, and how it will blend into the phone and stand out. I’ve been using rubber cases on iPods for a while now, have an Agent 18 EcoShield on my current phone.

I wouldn’t want to not have a case on something that sits in my pocket all day every day—the occasional drops my phone has suffered (no matter how careful you are, it happens!) have all been absorbed by the protective case.

It would be nice if more case makers would allow you to preorder. I’ve seen lots of announcements go by with no actual preordering capability—I don’t want to have to worry about ordering the case later; I just want to show up (hopefully) before the phone does so I have it on day one.

Posted by Jennifer Scott on June 27, 2008 at 1:17 PM (CDT)

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