We took a trip down to Cedar Park, Texas to visit the fine folks at ETS Lingren, a company that builds anechoic chambers and testing solutions for things like smartphone antennas. We learned a lot, and at the end of the day decided that we wanted to see if they’d allow us to test the iPhone 4 antenna by itself, and then test those results against an iPhone 4 inside of the ElementCASE Vapor 4.
Of all the iPhone 4 cases announced in the past few months, there were two which most interested me: the Miniot iWood 4 and the Element Case Vapor for iPhone 4. When the Element Vapor first arrived, I seriously felt that I had wasted my money ordering iWood, because the Vapor was that gorgeous, that nicely made. Everything about it screamed quality, from the machined aluminum its two pieces were composed of to the four little screws which had to be tightened as my iPhone was locked into the bumper-style case.
I loved the way the Vapor added a little bit of weight, but not too much weight to my iPhone; the slight bulk added to the sides only made the iPhone 4 that much more pleasing to hold. It came with a little hex wrench and two extra screws, and I absolutely loved the industrial feel … like an erector set for my iPhone.
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