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NeoTouch iPod Touch 2G Cases from SwitchEasy

Tuesday, October 21, 2008  |  8 comments
For an ultra-revolutionary iPod such as iPod Touch 2G, you’ll need an ultra-revolutionary hard case to protect it. SwitchEasy has launched its new NeoTouch case for the second-generation (2G) iPod touch.

SwitchEasy's design goal is to make sure that absolutely no hard plastic touches your delicate iPod Touch 2G while the protection solution is installed. Therefore, any clip-on and so-called hybrid solution is out of the question. The clip-ons will fall apart during impact, and the sliders will scratch your case when installed.
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Therefore, they have specially developed a patent pending Lexan® polycarbonate framing system and a special silicone solution to solve these problems. They claim that this case is the best impact resistant hard case by far in the market.

TactileThin Membrane
Introducing the world’s first TactileThin Silicone Membrane. At just 0.6mm thin, the skin snuggles’s around your iPhone while also protrudes high in all crucial button areas to offer you the best tactile experience while being completely covered. The TactileThin membrane provides the foundation for all the protection goodness of Neo.

H-frame design
With their unique H-Frame design, the NeoTouch for iPod Touch 2G cases have achieved what any hard case cannot rival. In addition, unlike any full-enclosed hard case in the market, this case features unique 7-point locking mechanism offers the best impact resistant solution unrivaled amongst any cases in the market.

To start, the unique ultra tough GE Lexan polycarbonate H-Frame will lock the four corner points in place so your iPod Touch 2G is cuddled in security. Then, the unique slipfree polyurethane coated I-Clip will clip and lock the top and bottom portion of the H-frame in place so your iPod Touch 2G is secured like a rock. To top it off, both pieces are secured in place by the center lock which is where the SwitchEasy logo is located.

SwitchEasy’s NeoTouch case for the iPod touch 2G is available now in black and white and sells for $24.99 + $3s/h.

The Package
With the Neo package, you’ll get the following
-One NeoTouch™ unit
-(2) TactileThin Silicon Membrane
-(2) Two anti-static Screen Guards
-One Microfiber Wipe
-One Squeegee for your Screen Guard application
-One Universal Dock Adapter
-One Video Dock Stand
-One Power Jack Connector Protector

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  • At November 21, 2008 at 4:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I believe you can purchase from chiefpick.com for $24.99 with free shipping to the U.S and Canada  

  • At December 3, 2008 at 5:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    STAY AWAY FROM THE APPLE IPOD TOUCH My son received an IPOD touch as a gift from his grandparents. It failed in less than two months. We purchased the extended warranty thinking we were safe from this type of loss. We took it back to the Apple store in Syracuse and were told the sensor in the headphone opening was tripped (turned pink), meaning the unit had water damage. My son walked home from the bus in a snowstorm carrying his IPOD in his front pants pocket the day his IPOD failed. This is the only moisture that came into contact with this unit. The real message from Apple is DO NOT TAKE THIS UNIT OUTSIDE. THIS IS A SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC DEVICE THAT WILL FAIL COMING INTO CONTACT WITH MOISTURE. Unbelievable!! Apple developed a clever way not to cover warranty claims. There is definitely a dark side to all of the Apple Glitz  

  • At December 17, 2008 at 8:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Gees calm down, most companies don't cover water damage  

  • At February 12, 2009 at 10:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Gee, a snowstorm destroyed expensive electrical equipment, big shocker there.  

  • At February 18, 2009 at 2:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    so, you lost $300. i don't blame you for thinking illogically, but it's your son's fault, not Apple's.  

  • At February 18, 2009 at 2:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    this isn't even a review for the ipod touch anyway, it's for a case.  

  • At December 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Anonymous Shippah said…

    i agree, i have had my ipod in all kinds of moister and its still running fine after 2 years.  

  • At July 17, 2010 at 9:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    To the guy complaining about the iPod:

    I use mine in the rain all the time, frequently even without a case on it. Is is possible any other water came in contact with that iPod? My guess is the answer is yes. I've actually spilled a drink on mine without tripping the submersion sensors(or damaging the iPod). I'm pretty sure a snowstorm wouldn't do it.  

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