Review: 3 Incipio Zune Cases
The Nylon Sport Case comes in Balck, Brown, Silver and Pink. It offers a great deal of protection with nice padding but the Zune must be removed from the case to access the buttons.
Openings at top and bottom allow access to the headphone and USB ports.
Elastic material on the right and left sides keep the Zune snug in the case. There is aslo a nice "Incipio" logo embriodered on the front.
Business cards and money can be stored in the seperate front pocket.
The back of the case includes large velcro tabs a solid ring and a nylon belt loop. The case can be easilty attached to a backpack or belt. We found the case is also usefull for storing other objects such as cell phones, cameras, and other MP3 players. With an MSRP of $14.99 the nylon case is an affordable option that offers a great deal of protection.
The Microsuede Slip Case has a large clear screen protector in the front. It's available in orange, white, blue, red and black.
The case includes a non-removable clip on the back. The Zune can be slipped into the case through the top opening. The fit is nice and tight.
With the case on we found the small play/pause and back buttons more difficult to use. The transparent film does not pose a problem but the suede can get in the way of large fingers.
The Microsuede case has a nice selection of colors and sporty design. The MSRP is $19.99 and it's available now for online purchase.
The Kickstand case by Incipio is made of lambskin leather and comes in black, pink, red, and chocolate brown.
The kickstand is handy for watching full length movies, the viewing angle can be adjusted. This is ideal for frequent flyers or kids in the back seat of a car.
The case has a magnetic flap to keep it shut in your pocket. There are no pockets, belt clips or velcro on the case.
Protection is great, when the flap is open, the LCD screen is still covered by a clear flexible shield. The buttons are exposed by a large opening at the bottum. We found the back and play/pause buttons to be more difficult to use with the case on.
The kickstand retails for $19.99 and is the premiere choice for movie buffs because it holds the case horizontally at a good viewing angle. The absense of a belt clip keeps it slim and easy to pocket. When folded it appears more like a leather wallet than a MP3 player.