BARCELONA, Spain--Mobile World Congress is not only where a bunch of phones are announced, but also cases to protect those phones. Here are some of them, starting with Lifeproof's "dirtproof" case.
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Fancy embossed leather case from Yeah.
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Woven-looking rubber case from iPega.
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Yeah makes lots of slick leather phone cases.
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Lifetouch has a line of waterproof cases for tablets and phones.
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Lifeproof also showed this very thick (yet light) foam tablet case.
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Don't argue with Targus.
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Fancy leather combination wallet and phone case by Sena.
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Fake alligator cases by Sena.
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Calculator case by Phone Fashion.
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Targus' line of Madebyme cases feature photos by the customer.
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Soccer team case by Phone Fashion.
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iPad Mini cases made of wood by Man & Wood.
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Transparent cases from Cellularline.
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Combination wallet/phone case by Golla.
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Mother of pearl inlay designs from Man & Wood.
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More wood designs by Man & Wood.
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Spanish leather cases by TammyB.
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"Smoke" covers by Hama.
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Man & Wood at it again.
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Patent leather cases by Cellularline.
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OXO Platinum cases.
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Lego-compatible cases by Targus.
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