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Fabrix offers new polka-dot iPod cases

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Fabrix has announced a new range of polka-dotted iPod cases. Available in two styles in pink, blue, black and red, the handmade sleeve cases are lined with quilted padding to protect iPods against light bumps and scratches. The Fabrix cases range from $17 to $20 depending on the design and are available in sizes for standard iPods, iPod nanos and iPod minis.

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1

So what is so cool about this?

Posted by LawnBoy on April 14, 2006 at 6:48 AM (PDT)

2

Why can’t they make polka dot cases that arent sleeves so you don’t have to take them out of the case to listen to them? they are still a new way to add a funky style to the i-pod

Posted by B on April 14, 2006 at 7:54 AM (PDT)

3

I guess these cases are more catered for users who prefer to use their ipods with just overlays. So when they want to carry their poddies in their bags or pockets they can slot the ipod in the sleeve to prevent direct contact with other sharp objects? I just have an issue using silicon skins (attracts hell lot of dust and still gets exposed to stuff like keys anyway) and other leather cases. so what if they offer full access to the buttons and screen, use it bare and you get access to everything ! I personally like to use my ipod naked with just invisible shield. I mean we spent so much to get an ipod, why must we try so hard to cover them up with all the silicon cases and leather cases which covers everything including the apple logo ? just doesnt make sense to me. just my personal opinion. the designs looks cute thought.

Posted by naomi on April 15, 2006 at 6:02 AM (PDT)

4

Yeah, I was all set to say this kind of case (sleeve? Is that the proper term now?) is pointless, but I realised I do exactly what naomi said - even though I have a hard case for mine, when I put my iPod in my bag I slip it inside a wool winter hat. I guess I just don’t think this kind of sleeve (case?) is enough protection on its own.

Posted by Multimoog on April 15, 2006 at 12:20 PM (PDT)

5

What ??? $17-$20 for a case like this ?
What’s the point ???

Posted by iPodGuy on April 18, 2006 at 8:11 PM (PDT)

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