Treo Accessories: Andrew's Essential List
I am told that Treonauts spend an average of $150 and more to enhance their “Treo Lifestyle”. However, with a selection of over 100 Treo cases and nearly 1000 other accessories in our Treo Accessory Shop it is becoming increasingly more difficult to decide which particular ones to choose.
I still get emails almost on a daily basis asking me to recommend a particular accessory and so I thought that I should once again create an updated list of my current overall personal favourites and essential accessories below.
The Cellet RH7 Rubberized Holster ($29.95) is my top
case for the Treo and now also the bestselling one.
[Review: My New #1 Treo Holster]
With a built-in charger for both your Treo and a spare battery
the Palm Cradle Kit ($39.95) should be first on your list.
[Review: My Palm Cradle Kit]
Screen Protectors ($14.95) are a simple but essential
solution to protect your screen against scratches.
A set of spare Pen Stylus' ($12.95) will prove particularly
useful on the go when you need a pen at the ready.
[Review: Saved By The Treo Pen Stylus]
Enhance your battery life when speaking on your Treo for
hours in the car with this essential Car Charger ($19.95).
An ultralight spare Wall Charger ($14.95) for the office, home
or on the road is all you’ll need to quickly recharge your Treo.
A high capacity Extended Battery ($39.95) is all you’ll
need to keep your Treo going for many more hours.
[Review: More Power For Your Treo]
Most Treonauts now use a Bluetooth headset and the
Jabra JX10 ($99.95) continues to be the most popular.
[Review: Jabra JX10 – Absolutely Stunning]
The thin, light and transparent CrystalCase ($19.95) has
fast become one of the top protective Treo cases.
[Review: Clear As Crystal – The Best Case Yet]
Another protective thin and light hard case is the new
RB1 Rubberized Fit Case ($19.95) with belt clip.
[Review: The New RB1 Rubberized Fit Case]
If you own either a Crystal, Rubberized Fit or Skin case
then you’ll want the Skinned Shield Holster ($29.95).
For those who prefer leather the P6 Pouch Case ($19.95)
will prove to be the ideal choice for comfort and protection.
[Review: Reopening the Treo Case]
Possibly one of the single most useful accessories for your
Treo, a Retractable S&C Cable ($15.95) is a must have.
[Review: Small and Inspensible]
I am an avid music listener and there is no doubt that I could not live without my Retractable 2in1 Earbuds ($29.95).
[Review: Four New Hybrid Headphones]
You will need a Stereo Adapter ($5.95) if you want to
use your existing headset to listen to audio on your Treo.
[Review: New Treo Headphone Adapter]
I could not experience many of the benefits that the Treo
offers without one or more 1GB+ SD Cards (from $39.95).
[Review: The Joy Of Large Capacity SD Cards]
To easily transfer files to your SD cards from your PC while on the go I have found no better than the MobileMate ($19.95).
[Review: Three Mobile SD Card Reading Options]
The TomTom GPS ($299.95) receiver and software bundle has
often saved me from getting utterly lost around the world.
[Review: Traveling with a Treo GPS In My Pocket]
Make the most of the Treo in the car by adding a Vehicle Mount (from $19.95) for more convenient hand and eye-level access. [Review: Treo Car Mount & Charge + GPS]
Treonauts always have the right gear for every situation…
Posted by Andrew on August 12, 2006 at 11:25 AM