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1. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case
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2. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC
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3. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC
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4. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case
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5. Incase Designs CDP44111 CDPlayer/Cassette
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6. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC
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7. Incase Designs PDA Pouch
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8. Incase Designs MDP44211 Mini Disc/Tape
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9. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case
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10. Incase Designs Large PDA Palmtop

1. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case (Red)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00000K2ZO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 34997
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incase Designs is turning heads with the hippest new case for your PDA. Interior pockets for those business essentials, high-performance materials and a zipper closure for security--all in a portable design slim enough to fit in your pocket. This case will hold the most popular PDAs and Windows CE compatible palmtops, including 3Com PalmPilot III, Personal, Pro, PalmPilot 1000, 5000; Casio Cassiopeia E-10; Everex Freestyle; IBM WorkPad; and Sharp SE 300.

Incase Designs is proud to present its palmtop PDA case as the award winner for best design at the recent 1999 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits most popular PDAs
  • Interior pockets
  • Colorful
  • Award-winning design
  • Zipper closure

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars great!
i did some hacking to attach the cover for my visor via veclro so it wasn't on the unit, write me if you want advice, this is a GREAT case. i've dropped it SEVERAL times and NO DAMAGE! Sometimes as far as 5 feet, works like a charm!

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice! but...
It's nice and compact, holds a couple of credit cards, IDs, some cash. High quality, the stitching is good and the zipper glides smoothly without catching. It's not as red as it is in the pictures, but I guess that's because it gets dirty with time. It's made of washable material so that shouldn't be a problem. Red isn't all that bad, at least if anyone tries to steal your palm in its case hopefully you'll know who it is!:).. It's light yet has protected my PDA from a couple of drops from my hand beautifully.. buuuut ...

.. I wish they added a belt-loop option for you to carry it on your person. Or a strap option so you can sling it around your shoulder or neck would be nice. The only way you can bring it around is by holding it in your hand, keeping it in a pocket (not as convenient as you think), or putting it in your bag. That's kind of a hassle for me as a medical student, as I'm looking for a hands free case. Maybe I can stitch my own loops at the back but I'll probably ruin the cloth. Or maybe I'll buy that nice affordable silver Sumdex carrying case ...

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice case, but doesn't fit my Casio E-105
This is a neat case. Too bad my Cassiopeia E-105 doesn't fit it. I even tried stretching the case around my Casio, still couldn't make it fit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Incase Palm case!
I got this case as a gift from a friend. I love this case- especially in red - my favorite color! Simple design and a nice soft material. I'm using it everyday and it holds up really well. I got rid of my wallet since this case fits my money and creditcards too!

1-0 out of 5 stars Ugh! Get the black case!
I got this nifty palmtop and I was happy. Then i ordered this case. I got it and it was just about the worst thing I think I have ever put my eyes on. It is less appealing than Jabba the Hutt. I quickly went out and picked up the black case, which I recommend you get before you get this horrid thing. ... Read more


2. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC Case (Blue)
list price: $40.00
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Asin: B00000K2ZR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 38453
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Pack everything you need, except the kitchen sink. Incase Designs is proud to introduce its new handheld (HPC) computer case that doesn't compromise on function, portability, or design. This case is soft and squishy and is built with protective materials that are ingeniously designed to keep your computer as snug as a bug in a rug.

The case fits many popular PDAs, including Casio Cassiopeia, A-20, A-10, A-11; Compaq C Series, 810, 2010C; HP 200LX, 320LX, 360LX, 620LX; Philips Velo 1, 500; Psion Series 3C, 5; Sharp Mobilon HC 4000, HC 4100, HC 4500; Sharp ZR 3000, ZR 3500X, ZR 5700, and ZR 5800. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits many popular PDAs
  • Interior pockets and stylus holder
  • Colorful
  • Built with soft, protective materials
  • Zipper closure

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars A nice buy for $30
This laptop bag is nicely padded to protect you computer and has space fpr small things like, discs etc. The bad thing is it doesn't have a strap, handle, ot anything so you are not able to carry it anywhere which is a major turndown.....buy something with a strap or handle otherwise you will never be able to bring your computer anywhere. ... Read more


3. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC Case (Red)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00000K2ZX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 42377
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Amazon.com Product Description

Pack everything you need, except the kitchen sink. Incase Designs is proud to introduce its new handheld (HPC) computer case that doesn't compromise on function, portability, or design. This case is soft and squishy and is built with protective materials that are ingeniously designed to keep your computer as snug as a bug in a rug.

The case fits many popular PDAs, including Casio Cassiopeia, A-20, A-10, A-11; Compaq C Series, 810, 2010C; HP 200LX, 320LX, 360LX, 620LX; Philips Velo 1, 500; Psion Series 3C, 5; Sharp Mobilon HC 4000, HC 4100, HC 4500; Sharp ZR 3000, ZR 3500X, ZR 5700, and ZR 5800. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits many popular PDAs
  • Interior pockets and stylus holder
  • Colorful
  • Built with soft, protective materials
  • Zipper closure

4. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case (Black)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00000K2ZJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 29239
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incase Designs is turning heads with the hippest new case for your PDA. Interior pockets for those business essentials, high-performance materials and a zipper closure for security--all in a portable design slim enough to fit in your pocket. This case will hold the most popular PDAs and Windows CE compatible palmtops, including 3Com PalmPilot III, Personal, Pro, PalmPilot 1000, 5000; Casio Cassiopeia E-10; Everex Freestyle; IBM WorkPad; and Sharp SE 300.

Incase Designs is proud to present its palmtop PDA case as the award winner for best design at the recent 1999 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits most popular PDAs
  • Interior pockets
  • Protects and preserves your PDA
  • Award-winning design
  • Zipper closure

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice case, but missing a couple of things.....
I have had this case for about a year now, and have thoroughly enjoyed it. It has protected my Palm IIIx from at least two drops that might have resulted in permanent damage.

It is quite snug, but I am able to carry my driver's license and two credit cards in it. I use it as my wallet in most cases, but if you need room for more cards or money, you might want to get a bigger case. And, as another reviewer said, it would be nice if there was at least a wrist strap to hold onto. When fully loaded the unit is kind of "fat" for lack of a better term.

The velcro that holds the unit in is adequate but not as tenacious in it's grip as some I have seen in other cases. This is actually good, as I normally take the unit out to HotSync. If you use a HotSync cable, however, you would not even need to remove the unit. Just lift the bottom of the unit slightly, attach the cable and perform the sync. Very handy.

The neoprene holds up pretty well, although it is somewhat prone to picks if tossed in and out of briefcases or coat pockets, or dragged across rough surfaces. Nothing that causes permanent damage, however.

2-0 out of 5 stars nice design...but too small!
I have a palm IIIe in it and the fit is VERY tight. In order to close it I have to scoot the stylus over to the side of the pda and then I can barely zip it closed. Not enough room left over to even think about putting anything else in it. It also doesn't have as much protection as I had hoped, the sides are floppy and the neoprene is not all that thick. Overall, I'm very disappointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware
This case really only fits devices that are the same size as Palm Pilots. Palm devices that are slightly larger - like my Uniden - just don't fit. It is a very nice case, I just wish it fit or that the size was actually listed on the advertisment and I didn't have to cross my fingers until it got here - so much for crossing my fingers.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great case... Excellent price!
I use this case with my PalmIIIx. It has plenty of room, and is soft and cushiony. I find that I can even leave the flip cover on my IIIx with room to spare. The interior pockets are great, but I've found them to be a little too small. Credit cards fit snugly, but my business cards are too long. They fit OK vertically, though. I also really like the fact that the case opens vertically. It's easier to handle. I've had problems with other leather cases falling out of my pants' pocket when seated. The neoprene exterior of this case clings to the inside of my pocket. It's never fallen out by accident. The alarm set on high is loud enough to sound through the closed case. I really like this Incase Designs PDA case...

3-0 out of 5 stars This case BARELY fits the HP Jornada 430
This is the best looking non-leather case I've found but if you have a Jornada you'll have to stuff it in there. It should definitely be excluded from the Jornada accessory list. ... Read more


5. Incase Designs CDP44111 CDPlayer/Cassette Music Belt
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B000023VPV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 31038
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Extra-wide adjustable belt
  • Zippered, secure pockets for ID, keys, and more
  • Made of weather-resistant materials
  • Padded belt liner
  • Pouch dimensions are 5.5 by 5.5 by 1.25 inches

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have
I recently purchased the CD Player/Cassette Music belt and I couldn't be more happy. It is so nice to have my hands free when I exercise (and no more sweaty CD Player)! It fits comfortably around your waist and has a separate compartment to hold your keys, etc. Another thing I love is the material. It is soft and cushiony, as well as stylish. I plan to suprise a few friends on Christmas with this fab product . ... Read more


6. Incase Designs HPC Handheld PC Case (Black)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00000K2ZU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 32384
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Pack everything you need, except the kitchen sink. Incase Designs is proud to introduce its new handheld (HPC) computer case that doesn't compromise on function, portability, or design. This case is soft and squishy and is built with protective materials that are ingeniously designed to keep your computer as snug as a bug in a rug.

The case fits many popular PDAs, including Casio Cassiopeia, A-20, A-10, A-11; Compaq C Series, 810, 2010C; HP 200LX, 320LX, 360LX, 620LX; Philips Velo 1, 500; Psion Series 3C, 5; Sharp Mobilon HC 4000, HC 4100, HC 4500; Sharp ZR 3000, ZR 3500X, ZR 5700, and ZR 5800. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits many popular PDAs and calculators
  • Interior pockets and stylus holder
  • Attractive black styling
  • Built with soft, protective materials
  • Zipper closure

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Stupid velcro
Although I find the case useful, the velcro provided gets in the way. In order to secure my Jornada in the case, I had to attach the velcro circles. Now it stays still in the case, but the velcro causes problems with the docking station. I've had to remove the velcro just to sync the Jornada.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Well Designed Case -- Recommended for Mid-Sized PDAs
I actually got this case for my Sharp Zaurus I-Cruise (a color PDA from Japan). I looked around the web quite a bit, and this was the only one that I could find whose design I liked and that fit the dimensions of the Zaurus. (I had trouble finding out what the exact dimensions of the inside of the case were to be sure that it fit my PDA -- just for your information, the inside of the case measures 20cm wide by 11.5 deep. The outside of the case is about 2cm bigger each way).

It is made of a nice black nylopn material that has a good feel to it, and there is about 2mm of gel-like padding under it, and it looks like it would provide decent protection against a moderate fall (I actually did drop my PDA a couple of feet to the concrete while in the case, with no adverse results). The bottom has a textured rubber coating on it. It feels good in your hand and looks good too. I also like the "incase" logo on the lower right-hand side. There is a pocket on the outside of the case that is held closed by elastic around the rim. I wouldn't put anything very important or heavy here, however, as it seems like it would fall out. I like the fact that the zipper-pulls are large and easy to grasp, but I was a little disappointed that they were made out of plastic and not metal. In general, though, it seems very well put together, using high-quality materials and workmanship, and I think it was worth the $30 I paid for it.

The inside is made of a soft material. There are four elastic bands on the inside -- two at the top are apparently made to hold pens, and the others are apparently for extra AA batteries. I wonder about the wisdom of actually placing pens in the holders, though, since it seems that they would rub up against the PDA when the case was closed.

There are also four pockets inside that look like they are intended for credit cards or business cards, and there are two larger pockets (one made out of a see-though mesh) that could be used for PC-Cards and the like. The fit is tight enough to keep the cards from falling out. I probably would have preferred that they include more of these pockets instead of the other kind, since I don't plan to keep credit or business cards in my PDA case.

The case comes with two strips of velcro tape that you attach to your machine, and these attach to the velcro on the bottom of the case, keeping the PDA from falling out. I wondered at first about putting velcro on my PDA, but it has worked well (luckily, the side that you attach to your PDA is the soft side, and not the prickly one, so it doesn't feel bad when you are holding the PDA outside of the case).

After using the case for over a month, I think that it is a nice size and fits in the hand well. Unfortunately, I have started to notice that the material on the outside (especially around the rim of the outside pocket) has begun to wear away slightly, with some of the threads sticking out. I have also noticed that the material tends to attract dust and hairs fairly easily.

These are just minor problems, however, and do not detract much from my overall satisfaction. ... Read more


7. Incase Designs PDA Pouch
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000023VPY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 33699
Average Customer Review: 1.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incase Designs presents an attractive soft case for your PDA. The PDAPouch provides a protective padded interior, shock-absorbing neoprene exterior,and a no-fuss belt buckle--all in a light, portable design that's also elegant.It also features a super D ring at the top for easy carrying.

This case will hold the most popular sizes of PDAs, including Palm handhelds(except the Palm VII) and Handspring Visors. The case measures 5 inches high,3.25 inches wide, and 0.75 inches deep. ... Read more

Features

  • No-fuss belt buckle with adjustable loop
  • Detaches quickly for synchronizing PDA to computer
  • Soft touch, elegant design
  • Shock-absorbing neoprene exterior and cushy, protective interior
  • Nonslip, easy-to-grip sides

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Outrageous
I got my order (Incase Designs PDA Pouch). Very decrepit looking. What nerve to sell something in that kind of (poor) condition. It is never a good idea to be so dishonest because it will always come back to you in the end.

2-0 out of 5 stars New and Fraying Already, Also, Too Small
Just received this and it looks old. All around the edges the rubber is pealing off the flexible fabric. In addition, it is too tight, not deep or wide enough to fit my Jornada 520. No slot for stylus. Top flap barely covers the PDA to reach the velcro. Not enough protection for the PDA if dropped. The belt quick disconnect is the only good feature of this pouch. I'm using an old Nintendo game boy case and have yet to find a better hip pouch. This is the risk of buying without seeing the product first. If Amazon was local, I'd return this pouch.

1-0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE! RIPPED FIRST DAY OF USE!
This is the most horrible item I have ever ordered from Amazon.com! The rubber around the sides of this case began to tear THE FIRST DAY I USED IT! I have a Blue Incase pouch that I bought directly from Handspring, and it was wonderful, but the ones sold here at Amazon ARE NOT the same quality, hence they are $15.00 less expensive! (...)

1-0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE! Ripped first day of use!
This case is HORRIBLE! The rubber around it ripped the first day of use! Buy the more expensive case from Palm or Handspring!

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice case -- lousy material
This would be a really great case except the sides are constructed from material that is EXTREMELY soft and delicate. Mine quickly wore through at the corners. Little flecks of black rubber were falling off everywhere. All In-Case had to do to make this a great case was to make the sides out of the same material that the rest of the case is made from. Very disappointing. ... Read more


8. Incase Designs MDP44211 Mini Disc/Tape Music Belt
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B000023VPX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 37131
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Extra-wide adjustable belt
  • Zippered secure pockets work for ID, keys, and more
  • Made of weather-resistant materials
  • Padded inside belt liner
  • Pouch dimensions are 4.0 by 4.5 by 1.0 inches

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect protection for my Hi-Tech toy!
This case is great! It hugs the body so my mini-disc isn't jarred around when I move and it protects it from the elements. I don't know about anybody else but after spending over $200 for my mini-disc, spending another $20 is well worth it to keep my investment secure.

4-0 out of 5 stars great for the gym
I received an MD recorder as a gift so that I could record my own music to take to the gym and stop being subjected to the whims of the receptionist's musical tastes (or lack thereof). The neoprene pack is great to take to the gym. You can either wear it when moving amongst the weight equipment or hang it on a cardiovascular machine. Sure, a fanny pack would probably do the same job, but the small compartment for the player keeps it from bouncing around inside the case. The compartment stretches enough to easily hold three MDs. The only down side of this case is the smaller zippered compartment. The stick remote for the MD player barely fits in there and anyone who uses the headset that came with the MD player wouldn't have a place to put it. Sporty ear-buds fit in there nicely, even with the stick remote and a couple of spare batteries.

1-0 out of 5 stars what were they thinking?
my mom got this for my birthday and what else can i say except don't get it. it gets the job done as far as carrying your md player and discs, but who would wear this thing? it's a fanny pack. send it back to the 80's. ... Read more


9. Incase Designs PDA Palmtop Case (Blue)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00000K2ZL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 32317
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incase Designs is turning heads with the hippest new case for your PDA. Interior pockets for those business essentials, high-performance materials and a zipper closure for security--all in a portable design slim enough to fit in your pocket. This case will hold the most popular PDAs and Windows CE compatible palmtops, including 3Com PalmPilot III, Personal, Pro, PalmPilot 1000, 5000; Casio Cassiopeia E-10; Everex Freestyle; IBM WorkPad; and Sharp SE 300.

Incase Designs is proud to present its palmtop PDA case as the award winner for best design at the recent 1999 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits many popular PDAs
  • Interior pockets and stylus holder
  • Colorful
  • Built with soft, protective materials
  • Zipper closure

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars CRACK
Knowing how delicate Palms are, I bought this for my new IIIxe. The leather belt clip types just don't offer ANY drop protection and I thought this thing would. Boy was I wrong! Dropped it less than 2 feet and discovered the corners aren't protected at all, now I'm looking at a $100 screen replacement. I'm throwing this thing away and buying rhinoskin.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Looking Protective Case!
I've broken 2 screens on my Palm III and I think I've finally found the answer in the Incase Palm Top Case. The covering really protects while not looking like something that would survive a nuclear attack. The blue color is great. I believe that torque is the issue with me when it comes to my broken screens. This case offers much more protection than my fancy expensive leather wallet type case. It could use a bit more storage space for cards and such. Overall, I'm very pleased and would highly recommend this item.

4-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't fit every PDA
When I decided to buy a Cassiopeia E-105 from Amazon.com, this case popped up as an option. I ordered it, unfortunately, my Casio won't fit into this case at all. It's a great-looking case, so I was disappointed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice case for Handspring Visors, too!
I was pleasantly surprised by the case, considering the low sale price. I was looking for a case to use as a wallet replacement, so I was very concerned about slimness. Although the dimensions (my estimates with an ol' fashioned ruler), 5.5 X 3.75 X 1 (a weebit thicker if stuffed with cards and cash) seemed large on paper, it fit quite nicely in the front trouser pocket (too bulky for shirt pocket, BTW). This is because, compared to a comparable "slim leather bifold case" I used before, the Incase has smooth, rounded edges, which makes it "feel" slimmer in the pocket. It's also very light; plus it doesn't have an exterior tab like most wallet-type cases, to snag on your pant-pockets when retrieving/replacing your case. Since it's an enclosed case, the alarm was only slightly muted, so I would set the alarms on the high setting. On the aesthetics side, it DOES feel and look slick. I like the color, deep navy "midnight" blue. It looks more rectangular, and less oval-shaped than the pix suggest. It also has reinforced edges on the inside, which protects it, and also provides a good grip while using the visor. Not to make this a dissertation, but the design also gives you easier access to cards and cash compared to the bifold design (IMHO). The styus holder is a nice touch, saving me the trouble of pulling it out of the visor each time. Overall, a very good value. The only minus is the use of velcro to secure the handheld in the case, but who cares! Don't tell anyone... ;-) So, if you're an obsessive-compulsive like me (if you own a palm-device, you probably are), and want all your things in one place, then this is a nice alternative to the traditional leather wallet cases.

4-0 out of 5 stars plus: great color, minus: uses velcro
The blue color looks darker and more sophisticated than as displayed on the monitor, it's actually called "Midnight" instead of just "blue". It's way better than I've expected. I guarantee that you would feel the same too. The overall design is very modern, in terms of materials used and shape. It's very compact, not as bulky as the picture made me felt it was. The minus goes to the usage of velcro. If Incase can use some sort of elastic bands to wrap around the PDA in place, it would be perfect. But this may result in larger dimensions in return, and it's just my personal opinion. Overall, this is a great case with great cusioning, color, material, and a fair price. I highly recommend it. ... Read more


10. Incase Designs Large PDA Palmtop Case (Graphite)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004SZ9E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Incase Designs
Sales Rank: 27824
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fits many larger PDAs
  • Ideal for Palm IIIc, Casio E-100 series, Jornada 400 series, and Compaq Aero
  • Interior pockets for accessories or business cards
  • Zipper closure
  • Graphite color, award-winning design

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good protection and looks
I have been using this case for my ipaq3150 for a few months now.
Works great. It has good amount of foam padding and paper padding(?) so it feels rigid yet gives enough cushion.

I have actually used 3 pockets inside of the case, but it's nice to have them just in case I receive a business card or something like that.

One thing that I don't like is that It draws shadow on my ipaq when I put it inside the case it's sometimes hard to read what's on my ipaq especially indoors at night.

5-0 out of 5 stars My iPAQ's sleeping bag
This case slides smoothly into and out of your pocket. You can take it out, flip it open and it's ready to use right there like a Star Trek tricorder...or those old communicators from TOS...whatever! The case is very plushed up for your PDA's protection. You could probably drop it and your PDA won't break. WAIT! I'm just kidding. I don't know that and I have not tried it...Don't do it! Anyway, it is very plush and snug and it will protect your PDA to a certain degree. It'll prevent scratches...wait, let me rephrase that. Scratches will be at a minimum, dust will collect at a minimum, it'll resist water to a certain degree (I mean you can probably run through rain and the case could protect it, but if you take a swim with it...it's over). Unfortunately, it's not bulletproof.

What more can I really say? A pouch is a pouch. This one works great. Oh, the bad sides to it... For some PDA's, you may have to kind of shift the PDA into the pouch like 1 centimeter to the left because it won't fold perfectly with the stylus on the right, top section of the pouch, meaning the stylus will fold onto the top of your PDA when you close it and it'll kind of bulge out...may not be such a great idea for the display screen, too. OH, I would advise people not to place any hard or sharp object into the pockets it provides because when you fold it shut, obviously it'll touch your PDA screen and...you may begin to cry. I'd recommend putting something like micro-fiber cloth, wipes, etc. into those pockets.

Overall, this is a great case. It's nice in design, it's durable, and convenient to lug around. It's much better than the factory pouch my PDA came with. Basically, it does what it is designed to do, so how can I give it a bad rating? Unless, it had cheap meterial, cheap engineering...but this one...engineered well and tough material. I'd recommend it to anyone with an iPAQ. Hey, for now it's either that or the $40-"executive" leather case, which in my opinion, is simply a cover rather than a case. Of course, there are new cases coming out soon, but like I said, "for now."

4-0 out of 5 stars High Protection, Looks Good
This case fits an IPAQ 3650 in a CF sleeve perfectly which is what it was bought for. It is a little too small for a Palm V on the Ministrel (Omnisky) model which I was hoping it would also fit. For the IPAQ, this case has lots of padding and stiffness over the screen area. The inside pouches should be eliminated because it is unlikely that you can use them without taking a chance on scratching the screen [the smaller size which fits a Palm V without the modem has the same problem]. The large case in a slicker graphite fabric looks better than the smaller neophrene ones. Highly recommended but could be improved by substituting a smooth lining and a nylon zipper so the case of the PDA is not "dinged" by the metal zipper as happened to my Palm V with the smaller case.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Compact PDA Case
Right after I bought my Palm IIIxe, I started looking at cases. I don't want to flash my PDA every time I need to get at my money, so I wasn't looking for a wallet replacement. I just wanted a decent-looking case that was protective, fast to open and close, and as compact as possible so that I could still carry it in the inside pocket of my coat. I was browsing through a travel store when this little case caught my eye. It fits my needs perfectly and is very subtley stylish -- you can't really tell it's a PDA case. For a good looking, compact, protective case, you can't beat this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great case for my Palm VII
I was having trouble finding a large enough (but stylish!) case for my Palm VII. This fits the bill perfectly - it has a protective hard layer inside the case material front and back, and lots of padding. Love the credit card pockets too. ... Read more


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