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Case Logic HDC-3 Hard Drive Case

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Posted 15 years ago | Reviews | Chris Tilley 5 comments

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Case Logic is well known internationally for their extensive range of protective and functional case designs to suit the needs of the modern equipment user.

The HDC-3 is a case solution which was initially designed as a portable Hard Drive storage solution, but, by Case Logics own marketing admission is also branded as the ideal solution for transporting a sub-notebook PDA or a UMPC.

Join guest reviewer Bojan Kotur in looking at the HCD-3 from the perspective of a Psion Netbook Pro user and let us know what you use to transport your Handheld PC's in the discussion.

Read: Case Logic HDC-3
Posted on 05 January 2009 at 07:07By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

Hurricane John's Avatar Hurricane John 05 January 2009 7:58:43 AM

Nice review....I have several Cae Logic cases, but I've never seen the one you reviewed.
As for your mother thinking it looks like womens purse.......that's such a typical motherly thing to say. :-)
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 05 January 2009 8:00:49 AM
Ouch, way to go John, you just lost Case Logic 50% of the consumer base (probably more like 80%) in that one line!
Hurricane John's Avatar Hurricane John 05 January 2009 8:27:14 AM
Hey Chris, don't blame me...it was Bojan's mother who made the original observation, I just tried to soften the blow, by rationalizing the comment! D'oh!
Half-Saint's Avatar Half-Saint 05 January 2009 10:08:18 AM
No worries there John, I'm sure my mom didn't mean that in a negative way ;)

You know I just thought of this... you could use the case to carry a NBP and a J72x both at the same time - without the respective power supplies ofcourse :)
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 05 January 2009 1:05:49 PM
Nice review, Half-Saint. Well-written and thorough, covering all the important details. :)
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