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Incipio debuts new Lab cases for iPod shuffle 3G

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Wednesday, June 24, 2009
News Categories: iPod Accessories

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Incipio has rolled out five new Lab series cases for the third-generation iPod shuffle. The Blocks dermaShot case is shaped like a LEGO brick, the Treat dermaShot like a dog bone treat, the Wafer dermaShot like a wafer cookie, and the Mint dermaShot like a mint chocolate candy bar. Finally, the Loop dermaShot adds a purse-like loop to the top of a plain case, letting the user hang the shuffle from hooks or buttons that might not accept the shuffle’s built-in clip. All five cases are made from high-density silicone, and offer full access to the shuffle’s top, as well as pass-through holes for the rear clip. The Blocks case comes in a four-pack, while the Wafer, Mint, and Loop cases come in three-packs, and the Treat case comes in a two pack; each is priced at $14. For more information on Incipio’s new Lab dermaShot cases for the iPod shuffle 3G, see our First Look article.

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That’s freakin’ awesome!

Posted by Ben Myers on June 24, 2009 at 8:57 PM (PDT)

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