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Griffin debuts iClear for iPod nano

imageGriffin Technology has introduced the iClear for iPod nano. The clear hard case is priced at $20 and is scheduled to begin shipping in February. “iClear protects your nano with a tough, transparent polycarbonate two-piece shell that is strong enough to take the daily abuse of any lifestyle, yet attractive enough to be worthy of iPod nano,” says Griffin. “iClear offers full screen protection without adding bulk or weight. Simply place iPod nano into the casing and slide the rear section securely in place.”

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Comments

1

Polycarbonate…an expensive way of saying P-L-A-S-T-I-C.

Posted by flatline response on January 13, 2006 at 11:08 AM (PDT)

2

Does it offer some type of clip or something (like the PowerSupport Crystal Case, XtremeMac MicroShield, or ContourDesign iSee nano)?

Posted by Leo+ in San Diego, CA on January 14, 2006 at 11:56 AM (PDT)

3

how many of these clear plastic hard cases are we going to see?

Posted by aaron on January 15, 2006 at 10:17 AM (PDT)

4

ummm why does the link take me to iclear for shuffle?

Posted by daniel on January 15, 2006 at 11:03 AM (PDT)

5

When the product (iPod) has exaggerated price, no wonder the accessories do too. However, this is outrageous. This piece of plastic is equivalent to making plastic utencils, which are given free in any McDonalds, and we have to pay $20 for it? total outrage in my view.

BTW, just that all of you know, the 60GB HDD of the ipod is sold to Apple for under $100. If Apple sold the 60GB iPod for $200, they would probably still make nice profits. The hype that surrounds every new iPod is unhealthy for this industry (as well as the inflexibility of iTunes). Why can’t I burn to a CD a playlist from my iPod? Why can’t I burn to a CD a song that I legally purchased through iTunes?

Posted by jshutzman on January 17, 2006 at 8:49 AM (PDT)

6

jshutzman, you certainly can burn to disk any song you bought through iTunes or playlist from your iPod. IMO iTunes is one of the most flexible and easiest programs to use

Posted by daytona340 on March 9, 2006 at 5:49 PM (PDT)

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