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Contour Design intros new Showcase for video iPod

imageContour Design has introduced a new version of its Showcase for Apple’s fifth-generation iPod. Based on Contour’s original Showcase, the new hard case is slimmer, has a larger headphone port opening to accommodate oversized high-end headphones, and uses a new secure slide latch mechanism. The Showcase Video retains the shock-absorbing rubber, book-style opening, and detachable belt clip. The case comes in two sizes—for both the 30GB and 60GB video iPod—and retails for $33. The Showcase video 60 is available now and the Showcase video 30 will begin shipping late next month.

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I had the black 4G version as well for my 60GB iPod. (“Had” because I recently sold the iPod and the case with it.)

It had everything I wanted in a case: thick & clear protective front and rear, rubber sides, no room for the unit to jiggle around inside, and stayed put when I left it on a slick surface (like a desk). I carried mine around in my briefcase and in my glovebox (I have an Ice>Link Plus in my BMW) and the Contour case worked perfectly for those situations.

I am holding out for the 6G iPod and when they do come out, I will wait for the Contour case to protect it before I by the iPod itself.

Posted by Dave Corrasa on February 28, 2006 at 6:08 PM (CST)


Watch out for these cases!!! Contour advertizes them as being protective and secure. I dropped mine less than three feet and on impact the case popped open (not the first time) and my new 5g hit the dirt and fractured the screen. I would have been better off with just a skin since it scratched so easily I was having to remove the Pod to get a clear view of the screen. I have tried to E-mail Contour but they do not reply.

Posted by Jeremy Knight on March 1, 2006 at 7:20 PM (CST)


Just got mine from Contour today.  Had the 4G case and ordered this one the moment they announced.

I highly recommend this case. 

Easy to open and remove the pod, great access to ports and controls, compliments the already great looking iPod, and most importantly offers great protection.

Posted by SMac on March 1, 2006 at 10:54 PM (CST)

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