Magellan GPS today launched the ToughCase, a rugged protective case with built-in GPS for iPhone and iPod touch.
Available worldwide, featuring built-in GPS, ToughCase enhances the accuracy of location-based and GPS applications for iPhone 3G and iPod touch, while protecting the device and providing unmatched accessibility to all iPhone and iPod touch features.
The Magellan ToughCase design allows access to the iPhone user interface, allowing users to receive and place calls while the device is protected.
The ToughCase meets IPX-7 waterproof standards, enabling the device to be submerged at a depth of 1m for up to 30 minutes.
The integrated 1840 mAh battery will double the life of the device based on normal usage and the built-in high sensitivity SiRFstar III GPS chipset delivers up to 3m of accuracy.
The ToughCase is compatible with iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (second and third generation). The ToughCase will be available at MagellanGPS.com and Apple Stores at for $199.99.
We have a query into Magellan in on a ToughCase for the new iPhone 4.
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