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Nine new ways to show-off your iPod

Nine new ways to show-off your iPod

Belkin introduced several new cases for iPods, iPod nanos and iPod shuffles, ranging in price from US$19.99 to $24.99. Available in North America in August, with launches in ROW to follow.

The Charm and Style are both folio-style cases for the iPod nano. They feature laser-cut patterns in leather, include "wristlets" to help you carry the iPod and feature interior mirrors that double as picture frames. Both cost $24.99.

The Pocket Blues for iPod and iPod nano are both made of denim material, include carabiners to clip on to bags or belts, and feature functional denim-clad click-wheel protectors. Those cases are also priced at $24.99.

The 2Face is a reversible 2-in-1 design for the iPod, featuring a reversible graphic pattern throughout, full screen protection and navigation access.

The View is a $24.99 hard-shell case for the iPod made of clear acrylic material, and it features a "soft-touch" click wheel that protects the iPod while still enabling you to have full control over its features.

The Etch Remix Metal for iPod and iPod nano costs $29.99 and $24.99 respectively. It's a hard case made with an aluminium protective face cabinet that comes in silver, black, blue and pink. It features a "true-sense" click wheel protector.

The Sport Armband for iPod shuffle costs $19.99 and is a wrap for your arm or wrist that lets you carry the iPod shuffle. It's hand-washable and water resistant.


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