Smartphone Cases Sun City AZ

Covering your smartphone with a case will help protect it from dings, scratches and dents that can occur throughout your daily activities, Continue reading to learn more about smartphone cases and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

Consolidated Electrical Distributor
(818) 991-9000
12455 N 92nd Drive D
Peoria, AZ
Services
Electronic Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers, Lighting Fixtures Wholesale & Manufacturers, Electric Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers, Consumer Electronics Stores, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots

HCT Construction Products
(480) 342-9229
3901 East Pinnacle Peak Road%2C LOT 392
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Electronic Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers, Electric Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers, Consumer Electronics Stores

Arizona Video Electronics
(602) 953-1623
3241 East Shea Blvd. #8
Phoenix, AZ
 
Best Buy
(623) 546-3108
13711 W Bell Rd
Surprise, AZ
Hours
Mon: 9-9
Tue: 9-9
Wed: 9-9
Thurs: 9-9
Fri: 9-9
Sat: 9-9
Sun: 10-8;

Best Buy
(623) 486-2600
8290 W Bell Rd
Glendale, AZ
Hours
Mon: 9-9
Tue: 9-9
Wed: 9-9
Thurs: 9-9
Fri: 9-9
Sat: 9-9
Sun: 10-8;

Home Tech Solutions LLC
(623) 455-3669
7531 N. 110th Ave.
Glendale, AZ
Services
Information Technology Services, Internet Products and Services, Electronics, Multimedia, Computer Consultants
Hours
Mon-Sun: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM

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1stopshonmore.com
(623) 889-4142
6033 W Pueblo Ave
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Electronic Equipment and Supplies Retail, Tax Return Preparation and Electronic Filing, Car Audio and Video Retail, Electronics, Consumer Electronics Stores
Hours
Mon-Sun: 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Payment Options
American Express, MasterCard, Debit Cards, Discover, Personal Checks

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Arizona Video Electronics inc.
(602) 953-1623
3241 East Shea Blvd. Suite #8
Phoenix, AZ
 
Best Buy
(623) 537-0852
10134 W Happy Valley Rd
Peoria, AZ
Hours
Mon: 9-9
Tue: 9-9
Wed: 9-9
Thurs: 9-9
Fri: 9-9
Sat: 9-9
Sun: 10-8;

Best Buy
(602) 843-3420
2727 W Thunderbird Rd
Phoenix, AZ
Hours
Mon: 10-9
Tue: 10-9
Wed: 10-9
Thurs: 10-9
Fri: 10-9
Sat: 10-9
Sun: 10-8;

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Krusell Orbit MultiAdapt Case

Krusell Orbit MultiAdapt Case

Whenever I get a new pocket pal, I feel obligated to get it a new suit of armor to protect it and to protect my investment. The first problem is that there are so many types of cases out there that it can become a difficult decision and expensive if you make the wrong choice.

I just acquired a new MWg Atom Life, which is a sweet device and certainly worth protecting--hence, my quest for a new case. The one I decided on after a fairly exhaustive search is the Krusell Orbit MultiAdapt case. Let me tell you why.

Generally, I do not like things dangling from my belt, but I like to have the option once in a while. The Krusell Orbit Multiapt case supplies me with that option. I can remove the belt clip and the protective case will fit snugly in my pocket or in my accessory bag.

The case comes in well-crafted black leather with tan stitching with a tan leather interior. The flap cover fastens with a surprisingly aggressive magnetic snap in the back. Around the case, there are sufficient openings to access all the ports and buttons necessary.

The back of the case unhinges from a magnetic mooring to allow yet another belt fastening option. I appreciate this feature because it allows the unit to fit snugly against the belt instead of sticking out like a sore thumb with the revolving belt clip. The swivel belt clip is extremely secure with a strong spring and a hook. The mounting flange slides and snaps into place on the back of the case but can be removed if desired.

By the way, I use a Podzilla accessory bag from www.roadrunner.com that has straps on the back to which I can snugly attach the Krusell case should I wish to have it outside the bag or easier access. In fact, I have attached two other cases to the back and still have room for one more, which saves lots of room inside for other items.

Inside the case, on the flap cover, there is a pocket that will accommodate business cards, but not credit cards. On top of that are two more pockets for standard SD cards. This is interesting because the MWg Atom Life uses mini-SD cards. I suppose the idea is that you put them in a caddy for storage, and the pockets will accommodate that nicely.

The SD storage is an important consideration. I appreciate this stowage as many cases lack this feature. I almost always take along extra SD cards that contain data, tunes, or GPS, and it can be a problem keeping them...

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Monaco Aluminum Case

Monaco Aluminum Case

When you leave the protection of the castle, it’s a good idea to install your pocket pal and faithful servant in a coat of protective armor. Yet, you still want him to be nimble and not too encumbered. If you want him to be stylish and still have full functionality, you will want to consider the Monaco Aluminum Case.

It is made from anodized aircraft grade aluminum with neoprene lining that covers the inside to protect and hold your 750 securely in place.

If you use your PPC as a one-handed device as if it were a Smartphone, you will be perfectly comfortable with the see-through window covering the screen. The keyboard is open for full access. All the action buttons on the front of the device above the keyboard are available too.

If you take advantage of the touch screen often, you may be frustrated by the protective window covering the screen. Of course, you can open the door and tap away to your heart’s content. But it may be a bit awkward, especially if you are right-handed because the door on the right tends to get in the way. Off hand, I would say this setup is better for lefties.

However, I found that if you like to use both thumbs for inputting, you can simply put your forefinger and index finger through the keyboard opening of the open door and thumb away without any difficulties.

In addition to the opening for the keyboard, there are holes to accommodate access to all the other functions of your Treo 750. There is even an opening for the miniSD slot and reset button behind that pesky trap door that you need a crowbar to open.

It’s curious that there is still a hole in the upper left corner of the door for the indicator light on the 700 series, which is non-existent on the 750. So, we can conclude that the door was not re-engineered for the 750, which probably saved money and cut production costs. The height of the case is quite a bit taller than the actual unit so that it appears to be wearing its big brother’s suit. Perhaps it sticks up higher for protection in case you drop it?

This case comes with an optional belt clip. There is a post that you can screw into the back of the case that attaches to the belt clip and snap locks for security. The clip features a 360-degree swivel. It sticks out quite a distance, about an inch, from your belt. I would prefer something that hugs the belt a little closer, but that may not bother anyone else.

Unlike some other belt clip cases I’ve tested, this one is extremely easy to disconnect in a hurry. You can even remove the entire unit from the case quickly, if you wish. I also found it easy to open the door and pull it entirely out of the case for quick use.

If you remove the belt clip stud from the back of the case, you have a nice, smooth package that will fit in your pocket or bag. But you still have to be concerned about protecting the keys and their being pushed and turning on the mac...

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