I'm personally no fan of the touch screen BlackBerry Storm, but if you have invested in one, then keeping the screen from being damaged is likely to be a major preoccupation. The Otterbox BlackBerry Storm Defender case, which I checked out in prototype form at Showstoppers during CES in the US recently, offers one big advantage over most similar cases: you can keep using the phone while the device is inside. As the picture above shows, the case itself can get pretty scratched, so there's no telling how long your screen will last without protection. The Defender is due for release "shortly" according to Otterbox, with a list price of around $US50.
Otterbox BlackBerry Storm Defender Minimises Scratched Screens
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