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Old 02-17-2009, 05:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by DeoreDX View Post
So far the only negative I really have on my 8900 over my 8320 is that the 8900 lacks the soft textured plastic and with the aluminum-like back it makes for one slippery handheld. I've already flung it out of my hand once trying to get it out of the slip case. If someone made a rubberized battery cover I would buy it in a heartbeat. The Aluminum back is just way too slippery and hard to grip.
1st, great handle. Iím an old bike weenie myself.

I agree on the slippy-ness. I had one episode with my 8100 where I took it out of my pocket and proceeded to toss it on the ground because it slipped from my hand. Since getting the 8900, I have been extra careful to not pull the same move.

Today, I received and installed the Zagg Invisible Shield. While itís a minor PITA to install and takes time, it adds greatly to the grip factor.

Time will tell on how it holds up. A silicon case is always a cheap solution and adds tons of grip.
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