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OtterBox Treo 1920 Case Review
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2007

 Version 1.00  Revised 2/28/2007

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Introduction

Recently I have had a chance to test the OtterBox Treo 1920 Case ($129.95)with the Treo 700w and the Treo 750 Pocket PCs.  The OtterBox Treo Case case is a special case designed to work with Treo 650 and 700 series PDAs.  The case is especially rugged and it is water resistant, dust resistant and drop resistant.  The case is not much larger than the Treo so you will still be able to hold it easily.

Here's a picture of the Treo 750 inside the case - you can tell because the antenna bump is not used.

Closeup of the Treo 700w in the case with the plastic over lifted.

Here's a picture of the Treo 750 side by side with the case.  They are very similar in size.

A close up of the back of the case.  The case is two pieces that clip together.  Note that with the Treo 750 the camera does not align with the camera window on the case.

Here's a picture of the top of the case with the Treo 750 inside

Here's a close up of the bottom with the rubber piece closed.

Here's the bottom with the cover removed - you can easily plug in a cable or use a headset with it.

Here's the right side of the case - there's a place to put the stylus here.

Here's the left side of the case - you can still use the buttons on the side through the case.

Here's the back removed with the Treo 750 inside.  It fits just like any other Treo does.

Here's the Treo 700w inside the case and it uses the antenna bump.

Here's the back of the case partially opened - you can see how it clips together.

I was able to make phone calls and hear through the case however I did find that I needed to turn the volume level up.  Also, the joystick buttons were usable but sometimes I pressed more than one button at a time - probably because of the small size of the top button.  To navigate, I had to use the stylus over the thin membrane separating the screen and the Pocket PC.  This works well however if you push too hard you may see stretch marks in the cover.  Also, you do not want to drop the OtterBox Treo case in the water - it is designed to handle high humidity or a small amount of rain.  It is not waterproof and it definitely does not float (Yes I did make this mistake - ONCE). Overall I really like the OtterBox Treo case. It works very well with the Treo 700 series of Pocket PC Phones from Palm.  If you are active and want a rugged case, I would recommend that you consider the OtterBox Treo 1920 case to protect your investment.

You can find out more about OtterBox at www.otterbox.com.

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