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Marware launches the C.E.O. Glide

updated 08:35 am EDT, Tue June 24, 2008

Marware launches C.E.O.

Marware recently announced its latest sleeve for the iPhone 3G. Dubbed the 'C.E.O. Glide' and made from slim-profile premium Nappa leather, it is touted as the 'slimmest-profile' iPhone case Marware produce. Designed for pockets, bags of purses, it leaves virtually none of the iPhone exposed and offers an innovative 'dual-purpose' strap system that keeps the iPhone securely in place when not in use (but also offers a 'recessed leather tab' that helps remove the iPhone from the case when needed).

It also features a Velcro closure system and microfiber interior. Shipping with a clear protective film for the iPhone's touch screen, a microfiber cleaning cloth and a lifetime warranty; the C.E.O. Glide is priced at $25 and available in black, red or white Nappa leather.










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  1. chulitomio

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    but, but....

    C.E.O.s don't use the iPhone! I read it on the web!

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    no, no

    CEO's want to use the iPhone, because they generally are all about appearance and looking good. It's the people who do the work who don't want to use the iphone (or the IT people who don't want the people who do the work to use the iphone).

  1. chulitomio

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Boy...

    You can't even leave a joke alone, can you...

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