Speck makes a number of products designed to protect your mobile valuables. We here at Gear Diary have favorably reviewed several of their cases for iPods and smartphones, including one of my favorites, the CandyShell for iPhone. Now, Speck introduces protection for your Western Digital Passport and other small portable hard drives.
The new product line features three new styles of cases, the SkinPro, the TwoZip, and the TechStyle:
SkinPro – The SkinPro is a tight-fitting, silicone cover for the 2009 model My Passport portable hard drive. It features an integrated cable management system built into the side of the case keeps a USB cord. All ports and plugs are accessible, and the SkinPro adds little bulk to the overall dimensions of the hard drive, allowing it to fit within the TechStyle and TwoZip cases for transport. The SkinPro is available from Speck’s website for $19.95 MSRP. You can check out the SkinPro . Oh, and by the way, if you order by October 31st, because this case is black, it is eligible for Speck’s 50% Halloween sale.
TwoZip – The TwoZip sports two zippered storage compartments in its interior. It is large enough to hold a Western Digital Passport or any other portable hard drive of similar size. The two compartments allow you to store a hard drive on one side and cables or other accessories in the zippered compartment on the other side. The interior of the case is padded with micro-fleece lining. The TwoZip is offered with two exterior designs, Restart Greyscale Pixel and Speakeasy Pinstripe and is available from Speck’s website for $24.95 MSRP. Check out the TwoZip .
TechStyle – The TechStyle is a molded hard case with a zipper closure. It’s large enough to hold both newer and older models of the Western Digital Passport and other similarly sized electronics, with enough room left for cables. Available in Speakeasy Grey Pinstripe and Charcoal for $19.95 MSRP. Check out the TechStyle.