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85. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase
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86. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase
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87. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider HardCase
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88. RhinoSkin Leather Portfolio for
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89. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase
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91. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase
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92. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase
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93. RhinoSkin RhinoPak 1100 PDA Case
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81. RhinoSkin Leather Flip Case for Palm m125/130 series (Chocolate)
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00005O0MH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 37576
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Custom-designed for the Palm m100 and m105 handheld, this Rhinoskin flip case is only slightly thicker than a hard case and comes in stylish brown leather. You can wear it with the detachable belt loop or carry it like a wallet. The case flips open to a soft suede interior with plenty of room for your Palm handheld and stylus. Velcro tab closures and semirigid edges add security and strength of the case. ... Read more

Features

  • Leather exterior and soft suede interior
  • Semid-rigid edges for extra protection
  • Full-grain brown leather
  • Easy stylus access
  • Fits Palm m100 and m105 handhelds

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Weak clip!
I read the reviews before deciding to purchase this case and was forewarned of the problems with the clip that others had experienced. I was optimistic and took a chance that I would'nt be so unfortunate. Oh Well...the clip was broken, right out of the box (guess I'll have to try and substitute with one from an old cell phone). As for the case, it's great. It fits snug & protects the handheld, appears to be well made, sharp design, and the window on the front that allows you to view the clock is nice. With the exception of the clip, absolutely the nicest case I was able to find.

4-0 out of 5 stars RhinoSkin Leather Flip Case
Good product. Other reviewers have stated that the clip broke for them. I have not had that problem. They may have fixed it. The metal spring goes all the way to the bottom of the plastic part of the clip so the plastic should not break now due to the stress of the spring. This case is probably the best belt clip case out there. It is not nessary to be wearing a belt to carry this around, it will clip your pants. It is fairly easy to get off the clip and use. You can also remove the Palm Pilot from the case it self since it is a holster type of case and not one where the Palm is afixed to the case. Overall it is a good product. I would like to have seen a simlar case that is not made from leather to get the price down, after all this case is a 1/3 of the price of the m100.

3-0 out of 5 stars Bad Clip
The case is very nice good fit and the time viewing window is great. The problem was the belt clip! It broke the second day I had it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Design Problems
The very first day the clip broke. Service was good and Rhino shipped two new "improved" clips the very next day. Unfortunately the pocket in the back where the clip slides into is breaking down allowing the clip with the post to fall out of the holder, dropping the whole unit to the ground. Urghh, considering this is one of the most expensive holder you can buy I expected far less problems if not problem free.

4-0 out of 5 stars Professional and handy
What I enjoy the most about this case is the versatility it has. You can unlock it from the belt clip (which is an actual clip rather than the belt loop like many others have) which also allows it to swivel without coming off allowing you to use it as a traditional flip case...but it also nicely allows you to just slip it out easily from the case with a quick (but sturdy) wrap-under snap (no velcro at all on this product!) I really feel I have the security of my pda being held in place and well protected and having a variety of ways to quickly access it.

The shape of this specific case is also nice and comes the closest of the cases I've seen to keep the curved shape of the m100's allowing it to stay comfortable in your hand. The leather is also very nice and comfortable and this case will look professional on your belt or in your purse.

My only complaint about this product is the belt clip itself is not as stury...mine has broken twice already (returned it once, just glued it the other time) It seems the metal spring inside may be too strong for the plastic that holds it in place causing it to snap easily. But I'd still prefer this clip over a belt loop. ... Read more


82. RhinoSkin Universal RhinoPak 2000 SportCase
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006B87V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 23690
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Features

  • Made from water-resistant Cordura
  • Ideal for travel
  • Zipper and mesh utility pockets
  • Thick padding protects devices
  • Compatible with Gameboy Advance and most PDA's

83. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Palm IIIc
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005A1QZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 33677
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Scratch-resistant, anodized aluminum finish
  • Cover slides under base
  • Neoprene interior for protection against drops
  • Special cutout access allows for infrared transmission
  • Specifically designed for Palm IIIc handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


84. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Handspring Visor Prism
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005LD1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 30884
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Unique slider design
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Neoprene padding on the inside
  • Fits Handspring Visor Prism handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


85. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Handspring Visor Edge
list price: $34.95
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Asin: B00005MMBY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 41161
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Unique slider design
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Neoprene padding on the inside
  • Fits Handspring Visor Edge handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


86. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Palm VII
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005A1R0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 36602
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Scratch-resistant, anodized aluminum finish
  • Cover slides under base
  • Neoprene interior for protection against drops
  • Special cutout access allows for infrared transmission
  • Specifically designed for Palm VII series handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


87. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider HardCase for Palm
list price: $34.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000060PCN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 24048
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fits Palm m515, m505, m500, V
  • 100-percent Titanium for superior strength
  • Slider case allows cover to slide under base for in-hand use
  • IR port exposed for easy data transfer
  • Padded interior protects screen and function buttons

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


88. RhinoSkin Leather Portfolio for Palm Tungsten T and T2 (black)
list price: $34.99
our price: $20.89
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Asin: B000094OZ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 22716
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Features

  • Crafted of premium quality leather
  • Unique device retention system allows for device expansion function
  • Rigid edges protect device
  • Complete access to function buttons while in case

89. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Hewlett Packard Jornada 548
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005O0L1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 42458
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Unique slider design
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Neoprene padding on the inside
  • Fits Hewlett Packard Jornada handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


90. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Palm m500 series

Asin: B00005MMCC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 23974
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Unique slider design
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Neoprene padding on the inside
  • Fits Palm V, m500, and m505 handhelds

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


91. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Compaq iPaqs
list price: $29.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005MMCB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 27359
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

RhinoSkin provides a sturdy hardcase for your Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC. The unique sliding design makes for easy access and full protection when not in use. The scratch-resistant, 100 percent aluminum construction is rigid enough to withstand heavy use but is light at just 4 ounces. The neoprene padding on the inside keeps the iPAQ secure and safe from any drops or collisions. ... Read more

Features

  • Unique slider design
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Neoprene padding on the inside
  • Fits Compaq iPAQ Pocket PCs

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


92. RhinoSkin Aluminum Slider Hardcase for Palm III
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005A1QY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 37413
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Scratch-resistant, anodized aluminum finish
  • Cover slides under base
  • Neoprene interior for protection against drops
  • Special cutout access allows for infrared transmission
  • Specifically designed for Palm III series handhelds (except Palm IIIc handheld)

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Sturdy
This case is an excellent choice if you carry your Palm in a briefcase of backpack. It stays closed and will protect the machine against bangs and crushing. Build quality is excellent and the friction fit method of holding the Palm in the case requires no velcro, another plus. I also appreciate the space provided on the inside of the case for business cards. The only real downside is that you have to remove your machine from the case to sync or charge. I consider this an acceptable tradeoff for the protection that is offered. Additionally, if you are partial to belt cases, Rhinoskin makes a belt case for the Sliders. The whole hardcase fits into the belt holster for easy access. The Slider isn't a perfect case for a Palm but if you are concerned with durability or use your Palm in less than ideal conditions, it is the way to go.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but good protective case
The new molded case for m500 just came out from rhinoskin, which has a nicer design and less bulky appearance. I couldn't wait so I bought the slider a month ago and overall it's been a good case. It passed the drop test once on a ceramic floor, so I feel somewhat qualified to write a review. The advantage of the slider is that you can fold the cover back 360 degrees, it makes a noise but it's not exceedingly annoying. The palm rests in the slider a little less snug than preferred, but it stays intact and it's very easy to disengage the palm from the case to hotsync. The aluminum cover scratches easily if you put keys in the same pocket. Big minuses are its bulk, looks and price tag, but I bought it for the peace of mind.

2-0 out of 5 stars a bit dinky
I wanted a case which didn't involve either velcro or animal skin, so this seemed like a good option. however, it's very difficult to open the first week or so of use, after which it starts to loosen up to the point that it opens when you don't want it to. it's thin and light, yes-but be careful; it's so thin that I actually nearly cut myself on the edges a couple times. I'm seriously thinking of taking mine back and shelling out the extra [money] for the palm brand one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I purchased the case for my Palm 500. It is bulky, hard to open, and extremely unattractive. I returned it & bought the hard case that is manufactured by Palm. I would definitely recommend getting that one instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhinoskin Hard Case
I use this hard case for my Palm m500. I insist on hard cases for my PDA due to the nature of my job and the mobility that comes with my lifestyle. This unit is good and will protect the unit. My only constructive criticism is that it is a bit thicker than you might think when looking at it. If you stick your Palm in your back pocket as I do, this one might be a bit bulky. Hopefully, the choice ofthinner hard cases will become available in the future ... Read more


93. RhinoSkin RhinoPak 1100 PDA Case
list price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004S7Q0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 19060
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Winner of Piloteer Magazine's Award of Excellence and named a Top Pick by Tap Magazine, the RhinoSkin RhinoPak 1100 is designed for personal organizers that are 5.75 by 3.5 by 0.85 inches or smaller. Specific models that this PDA case fits are the PalmPersonal, PalmPro, Palm III series, Palm V, Palm VII, Compaq Aero 2100, Casio E-10/11/15/100/105, Everex Freestyle, Handspring Visor, HP Jornada 420, Philips Nino 200/300/500, and the Royal daVinci. Constructed from water-resistant Cordura, the RhinoPak 1100 features an outer mesh pocket, inside sleeves for credit/business cards or a notepad, and a plastic insert to protect the screen. It has elastic securing straps and a belt loop on the back side. You can easily access all major buttons and functions while the unit is secured. This product comes with a 30-day warranty with a 10-day return policy. ... Read more

Features

  • For handheld PDAs 5.5 x 3.5 x .85 inches or smaller
  • Made from water-resistant Cordura
  • Easy access to stylus and function buttons
  • Outer mesh pocket, inside sleeves, and a plastic insert to protect the screen
  • Also features elastic securing straps and a belt loop

Reviews (38)

3-0 out of 5 stars Useful, but maybe not worth the price
I received one of these cases as a corporate gift, emblazoned with an embroidered logo. Overall, the case is useful, but not necessarily in a standalone fashion.

I carry an iPaq Pocket PC with a PC Card sleeve along with a Targus collapsible keyboard, held in place with the elastic straps. The straps themselves seem to be rather cheap, and appear that after being stretched for a long period, they might lose the elasticity (they already seem stretched out when I take stuff out). In the other pockets, I stash a pair of Cisco 802.11 network cards, a CF to PCMCIA adapter, a couple pens, and some business cards. All this gets thrown into my briefcase/laptop bag, sans the useless shoulder strap. Everything is kept together so it doesn't rattle around and I can get at stuff very quickly. Plus, since I use a sleeve on the iPaq, this is the only way the screen stays protected.

Initially, I don't know if I would have personally spent money on this item, but it is useful. The new price seems a bit steep for its level of usefulness, but all-in-all, if you can get a good deal on it, worth it in the end.

5-0 out of 5 stars RhinoPak 3000 Case
I recently purchased a Jornada 545 hand held PC, and wanted a case that would hold the computer securely and also other items. I did a lot of research on the internet, and made my decision to purchase the RhinoPak 3000 case.

The case is made very well, and has a lot of pockets and places to stuff different items. I am able to place my PC underneath the elastic straps and also place a modem and AC power unit next to the PC. I have found the elastic strap will stretch a bit, and conform to the size of the unit it is holding down. Once you make your choice where you are going to place your unit, you should probably stick with it. Also there is a spot for credit cards, but you need to place several cards there as it is a bit loose. If you put only one or two in this area, they will move around as you transport the unit.

There are also two pen holders which are nice, but by placing pens in them they will extend into one of the mesh pockets located on that side of the case. This really isn't a problem, but does cut into the space of that pocket a bit.

I am being very picky in my review of this case, but really am extremely happy with my purchase of it. I highly recommend this case, especially if you are looking to transport your accessories along with your hand held PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great case for just about any PDA out there
Don't the name of this product fool you...it works with just about any PDA out there.

The RhinoPak is a wonderful carrying case, especially if you have a lot of add-ons for your PDA. I use it to carry an iPAQ, a Targus folding keyboard and adapter unit, a CF ethernet adapter and a FlashPath floppy disk adapter. All of that in a case that is just a little larger than a medium length paperback novel.

The main compartment is well padded and allows you to secure the PDA with either velcro or with the elastic corners sewn in. The opposite side of the main compartment contains a mesh pocket that wil hold everything else. The front cover contains a zippered pocket flap, which covers another mesh pocket and the back cover has a zippered pocket that runs the length of the unit. This is definitely made for the PDA packrat.

In short, if you have a lot of other devices, cards, accessories for any PDA, look into this.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exceptionally sturdy PDA/Wallet
I have this product for over two years for Palm and Sony Clie PDAs. This product stands out for its high quality and exceptional durability. It has an excellent belt clip (which allows "clip to belt" or "put belt through" modes). I wear it every day as wallet&PDA case on my belt. In this way my hands are free and I do not worry to loose it. It has three roomy pockets for credit cards and similar items, extra pocket for stylus, external mesh pocket and four rubber bands that hold PDA (but no PDA pocket). Despite heavy use, none of the pockets or two side zippers ripped as was the case with other products.
I would give this product five stars if not for its two inconvenient features: (1) its largest credit card pocket opens inside of the case, which forces you to fully unzip the unit to access it (other two pockets are very convenient and are easily accessible) and (2) rubber bands in the corners do hold firmly PDA but only if you strap them on a PDA; hence, if you forget to strap them on and open the case, PDA can fall out. It would be much better case, if there would be a pocket for PDA.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great 'carry all' case
First of all, let me say that the bungie straps are not useless, as stated by a couple reviewers. I have a Visor Prism and (had) a stowaway keyboard, and those straps held them both extremely well. They were always in place when I opened the case, and have never fallen out if I opened the case with the zipper facing the floor.

The outer pocket is wonderful for springboards, it's the perfect size. I have my Backup module, Thinodem/creditcard phone line/thinmodem RJ11 adaptor, and Eyemodule all in the front mesh pocket, and it holds them very comfortably. Inside the case, I have my Visor Prism, a ZIP Disk, a load of credit sized cards, and a Pentopia (I think that's the brand) 2+1 metal stylus. In the pocket on the very back (unzips on the outside of the case), I have my checkbook and misc. receipts that I gather when I'm running errands.

This is a great case when you have to (or want to.. hehe) take everything with you. It's served me very well for the year or so I've had it. It holds the previously stated items without any buldging at all (even when it had the stowaway in it).

A must have case for springboard owners. ... Read more


94. RhinoSkin RhinoPak 2000 PDA Case for Palm III, IIIc, V & VII
list price: $29.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004S7RB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 20746
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Winner of Tap Magazine's Top Pick award in August 1998, the RhinoSkin RhinoPak 2000 is designed for the PalmPilot, Palm III series, Palm V with 3Com's modem or Novatel's Minstrel wireless modem, and the Palm VII--or any hand-held PDA with dimensions of 7 by 4 by 1.5 inches or smaller. Constructed from water-resistant Cordura, the RhinoPak 2000 features mesh utility pockets for checkbook, passport, disks, credit, ID, business cards, or car keys. Also inside the RhinoPak 2000 are extra battery pouches and a pen/stylus holder, plus elastic securing straps and padded lining for extra protection. This product comes with a 30-day warranty with a 10-day return policy. ... Read more

Features

  • For hand-held PDAs 7 by 4 by 1.5 inches or smaller
  • Ideal for office, road, and backcountry
  • Black water-resistant Cordura
  • Mesh utility pockets, pen/stylus holder, extra battery pouches
  • Elastic securing straps and padded lining

Reviews (38)

3-0 out of 5 stars Useful, but maybe not worth the price
I received one of these cases as a corporate gift, emblazoned with an embroidered logo. Overall, the case is useful, but not necessarily in a standalone fashion.

I carry an iPaq Pocket PC with a PC Card sleeve along with a Targus collapsible keyboard, held in place with the elastic straps. The straps themselves seem to be rather cheap, and appear that after being stretched for a long period, they might lose the elasticity (they already seem stretched out when I take stuff out). In the other pockets, I stash a pair of Cisco 802.11 network cards, a CF to PCMCIA adapter, a couple pens, and some business cards. All this gets thrown into my briefcase/laptop bag, sans the useless shoulder strap. Everything is kept together so it doesn't rattle around and I can get at stuff very quickly. Plus, since I use a sleeve on the iPaq, this is the only way the screen stays protected.

Initially, I don't know if I would have personally spent money on this item, but it is useful. The new price seems a bit steep for its level of usefulness, but all-in-all, if you can get a good deal on it, worth it in the end.

5-0 out of 5 stars RhinoPak 3000 Case
I recently purchased a Jornada 545 hand held PC, and wanted a case that would hold the computer securely and also other items. I did a lot of research on the internet, and made my decision to purchase the RhinoPak 3000 case.

The case is made very well, and has a lot of pockets and places to stuff different items. I am able to place my PC underneath the elastic straps and also place a modem and AC power unit next to the PC. I have found the elastic strap will stretch a bit, and conform to the size of the unit it is holding down. Once you make your choice where you are going to place your unit, you should probably stick with it. Also there is a spot for credit cards, but you need to place several cards there as it is a bit loose. If you put only one or two in this area, they will move around as you transport the unit.

There are also two pen holders which are nice, but by placing pens in them they will extend into one of the mesh pockets located on that side of the case. This really isn't a problem, but does cut into the space of that pocket a bit.

I am being very picky in my review of this case, but really am extremely happy with my purchase of it. I highly recommend this case, especially if you are looking to transport your accessories along with your hand held PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great case for just about any PDA out there
Don't the name of this product fool you...it works with just about any PDA out there.

The RhinoPak is a wonderful carrying case, especially if you have a lot of add-ons for your PDA. I use it to carry an iPAQ, a Targus folding keyboard and adapter unit, a CF ethernet adapter and a FlashPath floppy disk adapter. All of that in a case that is just a little larger than a medium length paperback novel.

The main compartment is well padded and allows you to secure the PDA with either velcro or with the elastic corners sewn in. The opposite side of the main compartment contains a mesh pocket that wil hold everything else. The front cover contains a zippered pocket flap, which covers another mesh pocket and the back cover has a zippered pocket that runs the length of the unit. This is definitely made for the PDA packrat.

In short, if you have a lot of other devices, cards, accessories for any PDA, look into this.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exceptionally sturdy PDA/Wallet
I have this product for over two years for Palm and Sony Clie PDAs. This product stands out for its high quality and exceptional durability. It has an excellent belt clip (which allows "clip to belt" or "put belt through" modes). I wear it every day as wallet&PDA case on my belt. In this way my hands are free and I do not worry to loose it. It has three roomy pockets for credit cards and similar items, extra pocket for stylus, external mesh pocket and four rubber bands that hold PDA (but no PDA pocket). Despite heavy use, none of the pockets or two side zippers ripped as was the case with other products.
I would give this product five stars if not for its two inconvenient features: (1) its largest credit card pocket opens inside of the case, which forces you to fully unzip the unit to access it (other two pockets are very convenient and are easily accessible) and (2) rubber bands in the corners do hold firmly PDA but only if you strap them on a PDA; hence, if you forget to strap them on and open the case, PDA can fall out. It would be much better case, if there would be a pocket for PDA.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great 'carry all' case
First of all, let me say that the bungie straps are not useless, as stated by a couple reviewers. I have a Visor Prism and (had) a stowaway keyboard, and those straps held them both extremely well. They were always in place when I opened the case, and have never fallen out if I opened the case with the zipper facing the floor.

The outer pocket is wonderful for springboards, it's the perfect size. I have my Backup module, Thinodem/creditcard phone line/thinmodem RJ11 adaptor, and Eyemodule all in the front mesh pocket, and it holds them very comfortably. Inside the case, I have my Visor Prism, a ZIP Disk, a load of credit sized cards, and a Pentopia (I think that's the brand) 2+1 metal stylus. In the pocket on the very back (unzips on the outside of the case), I have my checkbook and misc. receipts that I gather when I'm running errands.

This is a great case when you have to (or want to.. hehe) take everything with you. It's served me very well for the year or so I've had it. It holds the previously stated items without any buldging at all (even when it had the stowaway in it).

A must have case for springboard owners. ... Read more


95. RhinoSkin Universal RhinoPak 3000 SportCase
list price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004S7RC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 23736
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Perfect fit for a wide variety of products
  • Made from water-resistant Cordura
  • Ideal for travel
  • Zipper and mesh utility pockets
  • Thick padding protects devices

Reviews (38)

3-0 out of 5 stars Useful, but maybe not worth the price
I received one of these cases as a corporate gift, emblazoned with an embroidered logo. Overall, the case is useful, but not necessarily in a standalone fashion.

I carry an iPaq Pocket PC with a PC Card sleeve along with a Targus collapsible keyboard, held in place with the elastic straps. The straps themselves seem to be rather cheap, and appear that after being stretched for a long period, they might lose the elasticity (they already seem stretched out when I take stuff out). In the other pockets, I stash a pair of Cisco 802.11 network cards, a CF to PCMCIA adapter, a couple pens, and some business cards. All this gets thrown into my briefcase/laptop bag, sans the useless shoulder strap. Everything is kept together so it doesn't rattle around and I can get at stuff very quickly. Plus, since I use a sleeve on the iPaq, this is the only way the screen stays protected.

Initially, I don't know if I would have personally spent money on this item, but it is useful. The new price seems a bit steep for its level of usefulness, but all-in-all, if you can get a good deal on it, worth it in the end.

5-0 out of 5 stars RhinoPak 3000 Case
I recently purchased a Jornada 545 hand held PC, and wanted a case that would hold the computer securely and also other items. I did a lot of research on the internet, and made my decision to purchase the RhinoPak 3000 case.

The case is made very well, and has a lot of pockets and places to stuff different items. I am able to place my PC underneath the elastic straps and also place a modem and AC power unit next to the PC. I have found the elastic strap will stretch a bit, and conform to the size of the unit it is holding down. Once you make your choice where you are going to place your unit, you should probably stick with it. Also there is a spot for credit cards, but you need to place several cards there as it is a bit loose. If you put only one or two in this area, they will move around as you transport the unit.

There are also two pen holders which are nice, but by placing pens in them they will extend into one of the mesh pockets located on that side of the case. This really isn't a problem, but does cut into the space of that pocket a bit.

I am being very picky in my review of this case, but really am extremely happy with my purchase of it. I highly recommend this case, especially if you are looking to transport your accessories along with your hand held PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great case for just about any PDA out there
Don't the name of this product fool you...it works with just about any PDA out there.

The RhinoPak is a wonderful carrying case, especially if you have a lot of add-ons for your PDA. I use it to carry an iPAQ, a Targus folding keyboard and adapter unit, a CF ethernet adapter and a FlashPath floppy disk adapter. All of that in a case that is just a little larger than a medium length paperback novel.

The main compartment is well padded and allows you to secure the PDA with either velcro or with the elastic corners sewn in. The opposite side of the main compartment contains a mesh pocket that wil hold everything else. The front cover contains a zippered pocket flap, which covers another mesh pocket and the back cover has a zippered pocket that runs the length of the unit. This is definitely made for the PDA packrat.

In short, if you have a lot of other devices, cards, accessories for any PDA, look into this.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exceptionally sturdy PDA/Wallet
I have this product for over two years for Palm and Sony Clie PDAs. This product stands out for its high quality and exceptional durability. It has an excellent belt clip (which allows "clip to belt" or "put belt through" modes). I wear it every day as wallet&PDA case on my belt. In this way my hands are free and I do not worry to loose it. It has three roomy pockets for credit cards and similar items, extra pocket for stylus, external mesh pocket and four rubber bands that hold PDA (but no PDA pocket). Despite heavy use, none of the pockets or two side zippers ripped as was the case with other products.
I would give this product five stars if not for its two inconvenient features: (1) its largest credit card pocket opens inside of the case, which forces you to fully unzip the unit to access it (other two pockets are very convenient and are easily accessible) and (2) rubber bands in the corners do hold firmly PDA but only if you strap them on a PDA; hence, if you forget to strap them on and open the case, PDA can fall out. It would be much better case, if there would be a pocket for PDA.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great 'carry all' case
First of all, let me say that the bungie straps are not useless, as stated by a couple reviewers. I have a Visor Prism and (had) a stowaway keyboard, and those straps held them both extremely well. They were always in place when I opened the case, and have never fallen out if I opened the case with the zipper facing the floor.

The outer pocket is wonderful for springboards, it's the perfect size. I have my Backup module, Thinodem/creditcard phone line/thinmodem RJ11 adaptor, and Eyemodule all in the front mesh pocket, and it holds them very comfortably. Inside the case, I have my Visor Prism, a ZIP Disk, a load of credit sized cards, and a Pentopia (I think that's the brand) 2+1 metal stylus. In the pocket on the very back (unzips on the outside of the case), I have my checkbook and misc. receipts that I gather when I'm running errands.

This is a great case when you have to (or want to.. hehe) take everything with you. It's served me very well for the year or so I've had it. It holds the previously stated items without any buldging at all (even when it had the stowaway in it).

A must have case for springboard owners. ... Read more


96. RhinoSkin Aluminum Hardcase for Palm V
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004S7T7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 17554
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Made of 100 percent aircraft-grade aluminum, the RhinoSkin Palm V molded hard case offers solid protection for your Palm V, Palm Vx, or IBM WorkPad c3, while its padded interior protects your unit from damage if it is dropped. Its silo-integrated mounting system ensures that the Palm V remains secure and shields it from the elements. When open, there is a port for infrared transfer and the stylus is easily accessible. This product is covered by a 30-day warranty with a 10-day return policy. ... Read more

Features

  • 100 percent aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Sleek ergonomic design
  • Padded interior for protection against drops and collisions
  • Silo-integrated mounting system
  • Stylus remains easily accessible

Reviews (23)

3-0 out of 5 stars Is It Worth The Money?
You're probably asking yourself, "Is this case really worth about 80 bucks?" That's exactly what I was thinking, so I ordered one to check it out.

What I found was a very sturdy, all aluminum case that will most definitely protect your Palm V from extreme hard knocks. However, the padding is so thin I can't believe it would protect your Palm from a fall on a hard surface.

Furthermore, the case has many sharp, unfinished corners and edges, and the design makes removing the stylus difficult without lifting the Palm slightly from the bottom half of the case. As with other hard cases, HotSyncing is a problem, but just move the cradle to the edge of your desk to allow the case to hang over the edge.

Yes, it does offer protection, but I was expecting a lot better fit and finish for my money. If your Palm lives in an environment that is harsh, like the bottom of a toolbox, this is the case for you. Otherwise, buy the "Palm" hard case and spend the difference on books and CDs here.

5-0 out of 5 stars really really worth the money
I've had this case for 3 months now, and it's definatly worth the money in my opinion for the following reasons:

1. TOUGH - it can handle some good falls despite the lack of inside padding. What I like most is that I put mine in my back pocket and carry it around all day (even sitting down on it). 2. LOOKS COOL - Everyone comments on it! 3. TINY - it barely increases the size of you Palm 4. NOT PLASTIC - the 3COM hard case is plastic (i.e dont sit on it)

It does need improvement in the following areas: 1. scratches easily 2. rough edges may cut your fingers if not careful 3. tough to take out stylus without lifting palm up a bit 4. could use a little thicker padding inside

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, attractive case
I constantly receive compliments on the aesthetics of this case -- I haven't dropped it, so I'm not sure if the protection is great or not -- I assume, however, that it is; it looks and feels to be of high quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars My RhinoSkin Hardcase success story
Don't doubt the ability of this case to protect your Palm (despite another review you'll see here). I had my RhinoSkin Hardcase-protected Palm Vx in my back pocket last night. I had to jump off a retaining wall to a concrete sidewalk, and misjudged the height. I took a roll upon landing, and of course rolled right over my Palm. I'm 6'7" and weigh 265 pounds.

Results: the case was bent a little, but the Palm Vx survived unscathed. My case has more than paid for itself!

5-0 out of 5 stars fabulous
Have now been using this case daily for over a year and a half. Works perfectly. Strong, lightweight, and attractive. One of my all time best purchases. ... Read more


97. RhinoSkin Universal Executive Leather Case (Black)
list price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004U9PM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RhinoSkin
Sales Rank: 24125
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not worth cost
I purchased the case 6+ months ago and found the following issues:
Brass zipper scratched my Jornada

Zipper ripped due to extensive use and manufacturer has absolutely NO warrantee after 30 days (so i was told).

Velcro was not a problem as there is really no other way to attach the jornada w/o a custom built sleeve (which I was aware of prior to purchasing the case)

All in all the case is very nice and held the necessary items I needed to haul around with my person (cards, money, etc). I was mostly unimpressed with their (RhinoSkin) customer satisfaction policy (absolutely none). They didn't even offer to sell me another case at a discounted rate (which I would have been glad to do).

2-0 out of 5 stars Brass is harder than aluminum
It's a bit pricey, but very well built, nice leather, lots of slots to put things in, heavy duty brass zipper. I got this to hold my Jornada 548, which fits nicely, very secure and snug into the case. The only killer is the zipper - a brass zipper makes a nice saw, and although the fabric it's sewn to is also heavy, there is no protection between the brass zipper and the PDA. I found this out the hard way, with zipper imprints left in the bottom of my Jornada. I've been very careful when removing PDA from case (e.g. for charging), because a careless swipe across the zipper would no doubt cut into the case, if just carrying it can dent the aluminum Jornada. I'd hate to see what would happen to a plastic PDA. So, I'm returning it in favor of a nylon zipper case or something else. Fact is, the Jornada, with screen cover, is probably safer OUT of the case and in a pocket than in the case (which fits few pockets).

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice... but expensive
Sturdy, nice-looking, attractive color and texture.

It's a little too tight for a Palm IIIc, even after taking the flip cover off, also, they must have a better method to attach the PDA other than velcro pads. Can't sync using the sync cable without removing from case

Very bad delivery - just the case in a clear plastic bag: no insert, no warranty, no instructions. It is WAY overpriced, even with Amazon's discount the only reason to buy it is if you have a free certificate.

3-0 out of 5 stars Rhino Skin leather PDA case
Sturdy, nice-looking case with embossed logo on the front. Attractive color and texture, but it looked matt when it arrived. I tried a little neutral shoe wax on one of the inside panels and it came up fine, so I went over the whole case, and it now has a nice satin sheen.

It's a little tight-fitting with a Palm IIIc, even after taking the flip cover off. No big deal, except that's where I had the graffiti help stickers. Also, you have to tuck the end of the zip down to avoid having a lump sticking out the top.

Interesting delivery - just the case in a clear plastic bag: no insert, no warranty, no instructions. Nada. Zip. Fortunately, I was able to figure out how to unpeel the Velcro and stick it to the back of the Palm, (all by myself). At this price, it would be nice to say "thanks for buying our product": it is WAY overpriced, even with Amazon's $15 break. Fortunately, I had a promotional certificate for $50, so it was essentially free. ... Read more


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