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Ballistic trots out new cases for Droid X, HTC Evo, and Samsung Fascinate

Ballistic has a ton of cases that cover just about every smartphone out there in protection to keep you from killing it in a drop. The company has cases that offer varying degrees of protection from five layer offerings to three layer cases and more.

Ballistic has announced that it has a new line of cases that are made specifically to fit the Droid X, HTC Evo, and the Samsung Fascinate. The cases available for the new smartphones include the Ballistic HC and the Ballistic SG. The more protective of the two is the HC with a five-layer protection system.
The HC protection system includes a screen protector, inner soft TPU layer, impact resistant middle layer, and a soft outer TPU layer. The final layer is silicone and the case comes with a holster since its probably to thick for your pocket. The SG is a three layer offering with soft silicone inner layer, impact resistant polycarbonate middle, and a soft outer TPU layer. The cases are available now (the SG for the Evo will come late next month) in retail stores for $34.99 to $49.99.


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