OtterBox Offers New IPhone 3G/3G S Cases

Posted: Oct 2 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:36pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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OtterBox makes cases for many of the most popular smartphones and mobile devices on the market. The firm also makes some of the most protective cases that will prevent you from scratching, breaking, or drowning your smartphone.

OtterBox has announced new Commuter and Commuter TL cases for the iPhone 3G/3G S. The case combines elements from the Defender series and the Impact series for protection and good looks. A self-adhering screen cover protects the screen from scratches.

A silicone skin wraps around the device protecting corners form bumps and shocks. Silicone plugs over ports on the device prevent dust from entering. Over the top of the silicone skin goes a polycarbonate shell that protects the iPhone further. The plastic shells are available in different colors as well.

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