Carrying Case

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* TuxBrain has apparently developed a leather carrying-case a [http://www.tuxbrain.com/en/omcase.html carrying-case] specifically for the FreeRunner (and Neo1973). Also available from [http://www.pulster.de/engl/index.html?openmoko.htm Pulster] and [http://www.openmobile.nl/pages/winkel.php openmobile.nl]. The case is a `holster' design with a magnetic-closure flap, a stylus-holder, holes for access to the ports and buttons while the device is in the case, and a clip for attaching the case to a belt.
 
* TuxBrain has apparently developed a leather carrying-case a [http://www.tuxbrain.com/en/omcase.html carrying-case] specifically for the FreeRunner (and Neo1973). Also available from [http://www.pulster.de/engl/index.html?openmoko.htm Pulster] and [http://www.openmobile.nl/pages/winkel.php openmobile.nl]. The case is a `holster' design with a magnetic-closure flap, a stylus-holder, holes for access to the ports and buttons while the device is in the case, and a clip for attaching the case to a belt.
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[[Category:Neo FreeRunner Hardware]]

Revision as of 17:33, 10 July 2009

  • A neoprene, draw-string pouch is available from Openmoko and many distributers.
  • TuxBrain has apparently developed a leather carrying-case a carrying-case specifically for the FreeRunner (and Neo1973). Also available from Pulster and openmobile.nl. The case is a `holster' design with a magnetic-closure flap, a stylus-holder, holes for access to the ports and buttons while the device is in the case, and a clip for attaching the case to a belt.
Personal tools
  • A neoprene, draw-string pouch is available from Openmoko and many distributers.
  • TuxBrain has apparently developed a leather carrying-case a carrying-case specifically for the FreeRunner (and Neo1973). Also available from Pulster and openmobile.nl. The case is a `holster' design with a magnetic-closure flap, a stylus-holder, holes for access to the ports and buttons while the device is in the case, and a clip for attaching the case to a belt.