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tuneGEAR Announces New Cases for Microsoft Zune

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Colors available to match all Zune players

January 5, 2007 — Las Vegas, NV — foneGEAR LLC (Rochester Hills, MI) — a leader in mobile communications accessories — announced today the launch of three new tuneGEAR cases for Microsoft’s popular Zune music player. Each case has a distinct look and material, and each case matches an available Zune color.

Three styles of cases for Zune will be initially available — a case with two front flaps, in brown; a neoprene sport case, in black, and a Zune pouch, in white. All feature top quality construction, a tuneFINDER bag strap, and a foneGEAR limited lifetime warranty.

“We have been constructing high-quality cases for Apple iPod players since tuneGEAR’s launch,” said Fred Creamer, foneGEAR’s Executive Vice President. “Making cases for Microsoft’s hot new Zune player is a natural extension of our line, and we are looking forward to seeing these in customers’ hands.”

tuneGEAR cases for Microsoft Zune will be available in the first quarter of 2007. The complete line of tuneGEAR audio products will be on display in South Hall Booth 31767 at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.

About foneGEAR: foneGEAR is a leader in the production of state-of-the-art wireless accessories. Headquartered in Rochester Hills, MI, foneGEAR provides a wide range of accessory products for the mobile lifestyle and has developed a number of innovative new designs for both the headset and accessory markets for mobile phones, music players, “smartphones,” cordless phones, and specialty products. More information about foneGEAR products may be found at www.fonegear.com or by calling 877-FONEGEAR (877-366-3432).

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