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WaterField Designs offers iSight travel case


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WaterField Designs offers iSight travel case
September 9, 2003 - 16:30 EDT WaterField Designs today announced its new iSight case. "Stay organized and keep your iSight, mount, and cable together in this compact, padded case. It's small enough to stow away in a bag or backpack for quick portability. Three internal compartments and a self-locking zipper secure all the iSight gear. Made of sturdy Ballistic nylon and a soft interior lining." The case is available now for US$24.

My Comments: Kind of kewl Ill get one of those iSights eventually.. probably once my fiancé has a computer also.. hmm..
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That's probably worth the $24. If I were to travel with my iSight, I would most likely get this for the trip.

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