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Zofunk Introduces Two New Cases for iPhone 3G

Seattle-based accessory manufacturer Zofunk introduced two new cases for Apple's iPhone 3G handset on Monday in the form of the Zoe (a hard case with a velvety texture) and the Zoclear (a transparent case with a built in screen protector and a detachable iPhone stand).

The Zoe hard case is coated with a thin layer of rubber, which provides a velvety texture while the inside cushioned layer of the case protects the iPhone even further. Enlarged cutouts provide easy access to all controls of the iPhone 3G and a mirror screen protector which reflects light like a regular mirror when the iPhone is turned off is also provided with the case. 

The Zoe is available in a choice of either red and black.

The ZoClear for the iPhone 3G is a clear hard case made with impact-resistant polycarbonate. The hard durable polycarbonate case protects the iPhone from scratches, drops and falls and a specially designed built in screen protector protects iPhone screen from scratches and allows full touch-thru access to iPhone screen. All controls to the iPhone are easily accessible.

A detachable iPhone stand allows users to place the iPhone in either portrait or landscape orientations.

The Zoe is available for a suggested retail price of $20.95 while the ZoClear is available for a suggested retail price of $26.95.

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