New leather case for Neo FreeRunner

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at
Fri Feb 6 12:12:29 CET 2009

I will try to have upload more pictures today. I will post here when
they are ready.

2009/2/6 Francesco de Virgilio <fradeve11 at>:
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> It looks great but... could we have much detailed photos? :D
> Regards,
> David Reyes Samblas Martinez ha scritto:
>> Dear all,
>> I'm glad to announce you that we have ready a new leather case
>> designed especially to the Neo FreeRunner, here are the main
>> characteristics
>> -High durable treated black leader (used for military complements)
>> -Strong belt clip
>> -Includes an "emergency" simply stytus in the top of the belt clip
>> -Magnetic lock to easy open/close with one hand, strong enough to
>> support heavy shake without open but to no disrturb any electromagenic
>> signal
>> -Holes to access buttons and in/outputs
>> -And can be used to let the Neo stand up in landscape position in a
>> desktop to use with a bt keyboard, to use a wired keyboard only have
>> to turn the neo 180º to let the USB be in the top
>> - and yes also fits in a Neo 1973 :P
>> Price:39 Euros Tax included, shipping cost not included(people outside
>> UE please contact me )
>> You can  buy one here
>> a bigger picture is aviable here
>> (I have to upload more pictures I will announce when they are ready)
>> Special prices for distributors, please contact me
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