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SwitchEasy rolls out RebelSerpent for iPhone 3G

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Friday, January 2, 2009
News Categories: iPhone Accessories

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SwitchEasy has introduced the RebelSerpent, its latest case for the iPhone 3G. Based on the company’s well-received CapsuleRebel case, the RebelSerpent is a hybrid case featuring a inner layer made of Adaptive Dynamic Soft Polymer (ADSP) and a Lexan polycarbonate “UltraFrame”  that attaches to the outside of the ADSP shell. Unlike the CapsuleRebel’s shell, which features a smooth surface, the RebelSerpent’s offers a faceted, diamond-shaped texture for added grip. It also features tactile covers for the device’s buttons, and comes with two anti-static screen guards, a microfiber cleaning wipe, a Universal Dock Adapter, a video dock stand, and a Dock Connector protector. The SwitchEasy RebelSerpent for iPhone 3G is available now and sells for $27.

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Is the silicone right under the home button still really flimsy?  I got that thing caught so much so I swapped my old rebel with a neo.

Posted by asdfasdf on January 2, 2009 at 2:10 PM (PDT)

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