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> Question: Good Belt-Clip Case for the SL-5600?
post Aug 19 2004, 05:27 PM
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Hi All,

Seeing as I am interested in freeing up some of my pocket space, I am interested in looking for a belt-attaching case that'll fit the 5600. Would anyone know of any cases that may do the trick -- I'm not all that picky in what they're made of, as so long as they are durable and serve the purpose.

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post Aug 19 2004, 07:09 PM
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I'd like one as well, although I need to be able to fit a portable usb sync cable, a network dongle, a spare SD card, ear bud head phones, and maybe my reading glasses ;> Is there a good case out there for all that?
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post Dec 1 2004, 12:54 PM
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post Dec 1 2004, 04:11 PM
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For a REALLY BASIC belt clip "holster" that fits the 5000, I went with a Case Logic PLTK10 case : here.

I freely admit that there's not much to it--the only retention device is an elastic band that reaches over the top of the PDA and attaches to a hook. But hey, if you want a Piel Frama Ubercase, you have to pay Piel Frama Uberprices, so I'll take the $17 Case Logic cheapie. I got mine at CompUSA; it's a good fit for the 5000, and has elastic sides, so I think it would fit the 5600 without any trouble.

I did see there a couple of bigger "universal PDA" cases that probably had space for things like cards, etc, but since my job wouldn't allow me to wear something that clunky on my belt, I went with the slightly svelter PLTK10.

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post Dec 13 2004, 02:29 PM
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I am using the same nice belt-clamp bag I bought togeter with my old psion...
... it's marked "dicota" and now I checking the site of the company, dicota.com.

It's terribly eavy and slow :-( (I am with a 56k modem) but may be you can find something interesting there
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