HTC Evo Ballistic Hard Core (HC) Series Case

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With one of the largest pinch to zoom displays on the market Ballistic understands the need to protect your HTC Evo. The toughest series on the market.

The Ballistic Hard Core (HC) Series Case is a MUST HAVE for your HTC Evo. This case also features a built in kickstand! We’ve heard the complaints about our competitions kickstands snapping off and ruining the whole case… fear not… if for some reason the Hard Core (HC) Series kickstand pops off – ours is easily re-attachable.

Advanced five layer protection

  • Layer 1 – Built in screen protector
  • Layer 2 – Ballistic shock absorbent polymer
  • Layer 3 – Tough impact resistant polycarbonate
  • Layer 4 – An additional layer of our Ballistic shock absorbent polymer
  • Layer 5 – Optional outer layer of silicon, with plugs for all ports

Equipped with an easily re-attachable, built in kickstand

Includes an extremely durable, rotating holster

Equipped with water resistant mesh to cover all speakers

Posted by admin   @   9 August 2011 2 comments

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Aug 11, 2015
19:26
#1 Drake :

for the past year but I never get any answer back.Did you know the wind vertocs are reversed on Ballistic FTE?Here is the email I sent you several times with the details in case you never got my emails for some reason:Hi Jonathan,First let me say you have done an outstanding job with Ballistic! I just picked up the FTE version and while it is my most expensive iPhone app it is money well spent. Thanks for all the hard work it must have taken to put this app together.I did notice one discrepancy and wanted to bring it to your attention. It looks like the wind vertocs are reversed. For example when you dial in a cross wind of 90 degrees or 3 O’clock (which should be coming from the shooters right) it looks like the program thinks the cross wind is coming from the shooter left. I tested this out with other vertocs too such as a tail wind being 180 degrees (or 6 O’clock) or a head wind being 0 degrees (12 O’clock) and they are all reversed.I’m a private pilot too and any time there is a direction given for wind it is always the direction the wind is coming from, not which direction the wind is going to which appears to be what Ballistic is calculating.Take a look and let me know what you find. While I can still use the app by just reversing the wind directions it would be nice to see this fixed in the next updated release.** Bill **

Author Mar 24, 2016
17:18
#2 admin :

Drake,

We are not the manufacture of BallisticsFTE. Sorry for the delay.

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