The MC6 case is made out of magnesium, which is both stronger and lighter then aluminum. The case has been precisely molded after the Treo 650 to perfectly protect the device. The case features black magnesium on the outside, and a soft neoprene lining on the inside to cushion your Treo from impact shocks. With this case you can be confident that your Treo will be protected in even the harshest conditions.
On the back of the case you will find a removable belt clip, and as an option you can add two easily accessible yet secure SD Card holders. Simply insert the cards face up, and they will look into place until you remove them.
The MC6 Case also features a new double-hinge, so the cover can completely fold out of the way. Flipping open the cover panel gives you full access to your Treo, but you can manage calls and carry on a conversation with the case closed, thanks to the large plastic window and the navigation keys cut-out.
Magnesium protects your Treo
View the screen with the case closed
Use the navigation keys with the keys closed
Precision molded case to perfectly fit your Treo
Neoprene lining holds your Treo securely in place, protects it against drops, shocks and collisions.
Cutouts for all vital functions
Removable belt clip
Size: 117 x 68 x 34 mm
Case has problems with the belt clip that result in catastrophic failure -- it will simply slip out and fall off your belt. The double-hinged cover is a nice idea, but it can cause the plastic screen cover to be scratched by the belt-clip post on the case when folded back. The case post wears out the plastic belt clip over time. The flange on the post is too small and when the hole wears bigger, it will slip out and the Treo crashes to the ground. It's disappointing, because the case has promise.
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