The slipper PAQ2 is made with Nappa Cowhide Leather, providing a comfortable ride for your PDA and a stylish addition to your attire.
We tested the case with an iPAQ 3700 Series PDA and then sent it through a typical week involving visits to the gym, classes, and countless hours at work. The Slipper PAQ2 held up very well – it still looks like it just came from the packaging, but more importantly, it did its job protecting the iPAQ against the elements. The front cover of the Slipper PAQ2 has what E&B calls a “Reinforced Flip-top cover” and it does a great job of protecting the screen from being damaged. The Slipper PAQ2 also features a belt clip with a quick release feature so you can quickly get to your iPAQ when the boss gives you those last minute “mission critical” notes.
It is a simple procedure to start protecting your iPAQ, all you have to do is flip open the top and slide it down into the case – it fits just like a glove. One thing you won't be able to do while you're protecting your little buddy is reset it. The Slipper Slim Paq2 covers up the reset button on the 3700 series iPAQ. However, this isn't something you have to access on a regular basis, so it's not a big deal.
E&B Company's cases retail from around $20 - $50. When you consider that it is protecting a several hundred-dollar buddy and helps keep your PDA accessories organized, E&B's cases are an awesome deal. This case will fit Compaq 3700-3900 series iPAQs. However, they have cases that will work with almost every PDA, so when you trade in your PDA for that new one, you will most likely be able to keep your existing E&B PDA case. I would strongly recommend the Slipper PAQ2 from E&B Company.