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Shinza debuts ZeroShock notebook sleeves, cases


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Shinza debuts ZeroShock notebook sleeves, cases
September 8, 2003 - 00:03 EDT Shinza today announced the ZeroShock line of notebook sleeves and mobile accessory cases. The ZeroShock line is composed of a high-resistance polyurethane foam that provides superior absorption of external impact force. The ZeroShock Notebook Sleeves are available for 12-inch (US$24.95) and 15-inch ($14.95) laptops and come in blue, black, grey, and red (12-inch only). The ZeroShock Mobile Accessory Case is available in three different sizes and two colors (black and grey) and offers protection for digital cameras, portable music players, PDAs, and other devices.


My notes: I am really not sure why the 15 incher is less expensive.. My guess is that this is a typo and that the 12 inch and 15 inch are the same price. I could be wrong I couldnt get to their website so either they are swamped with people or their site is just plain down.. As much traveling as I do.. I could see why this would be something I want to look into! Cheers!
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