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    Vaja leather X50v Case with SD keeper
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted:10/03/2005 05:02.35
    SLRating: SLRating: 8.5/10
    Bottom Line: A highly attractive and usable albeit expensive solution for your X50 series handheld. read on to find out in our official review....

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    Useability

    Going from the generic fabric case that Dell packages with the X50v to the leather Vaja case opened a new world of convenience and functionality. Instead of having to slip my PDA in and out of the constricted mesh of my old Dell case in order to use it, I can now merely unbuckle and flip open the Vaja case to access all its functions. Even with the case securely closed, the cutouts on the sides, top, and back allow for access to every button on the PDA.



    The shot above shows the cutouts on the left side of the case. It allows accessibility to the lock, audio record, and wireless activation buttons.



    This picture shows the cutouts mentioned above more clearly and shows the hole for the headphone jack.



    There is a bottom cutout for the power/data slot. However, this is only useful if you connect your PDA with a cable. The cutout does not allow you to sync or charge the X50v using a dock. Unfortunately, the case must be removed in order to connect the X50v with a dock.



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    1. Introduction
    2. First Impressions
    3. Useability
    4. Usability Continued
    5. Design
    6. Conclusion

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