OtterBox Introduces Protection for the BlackBerry Curve 8350i

By PRESS RELEASE — January 29, 2009

 
Combining the need for sleek style and protection from the elements, OtterBox launches an innovative case to safeguard the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone from Research In Motion. The new OtterBox case for the BlackBerry Curve 8350i  provides users with interactive protection in the popular Defender Series design to shield against drop, dirt and scratches.
 
"The new BlackBerry Curve 8350i will allow customers to work virtually anywhere with email, web access, data services and Push-to-Talk features; but those working in harsh environments need protection from the elements and that's where the OtterBox case comes in," said Curt Richardson, CEO of OtterBox. "This Defender Series case safeguards from jobsite mishaps like drops and scratches adding longevity to the smartphone."

The OtterBox for BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone allows use of all functions such as the trackball, camera and flash. Sync/charge jack is accessible through a silicone plug. Sound clearly transmits through acoustic vents so users can use headset and speaker. Push-to-Talk features usable through a silicone button. An included holster style swivel belt clip offers hands-free carrying.
Founded in 1996, OtterBox is highly respected in the design and production of rugged and semi-rugged cases to safeguard technology and other valuables. Built upon fundamentals of hard work, creativity and perseverance, OtterBox is the innovator of premier protective solutions for leading global handheld manufacturers, wireless carriers and distributors.

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