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Great for a more comfortable playing experience

  • Jun 14, 2010
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I received the DLO GameCase and immediately tried it out. It really gives you a much more comfortable grip when playing landscape view games. It also makes it much easier for my kids to play games with their smaller hands.

Upon using the supplied batteries we did not seem to get any added life to the ITouch. We ran it down completely and then installed new batteries and there was a noticeable difference in game time. Maybe the batteries that came with the case were dead?

There are only a few items I would like to see added to future models, the ability to use rechargeable batteries and have them charge without having to open the case. The ability to charge my ITouch without having to remove it from the case.

At the moment we are using the DLO GameCase without batteries. We do not get any added game time, but the games are much easier to play with the great design and feel of the GameCase.

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Battery game case for iPod Touch that provides additional battery life even when not close to an outlet. Comes with 2 AA batteries that can be replaced for additional battery life. Game case is contoured for ease of use during gaming and also stands for hands free viewing.
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