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Macworld: Speck introduces ruggedized ToughSkin case

picSpeck Products, long-time maker of soft plastic cases for the iPod, has introduced ToughSkin ($34.95), a new ruggedized plastic skin that boasts shock and tear resistance. Like Speck’s earlier cases, ToughSkin is made from soft Kraton plastic, but differs in its shape and features: ToughSkin includes brick-like bumpers on its corners and edges, screen and Click Wheel covers, and a detachable belt clip. Versions of ToughSkin will be available for fourth-generation iPods, the iPod photo, and the iPod mini, and five colors are expected: frosted clear, black, blue, orange, and red.

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this case looks really cool and reminds me of the transformers in my childhood.

Posted by frankthetank in East Amherst, NY, USA on January 10, 2005 at 4:45 PM (CST)


“These 5 iPods unite, to form the “Mighty MegaPod!”

I hear ya.

Posted by Gordy. in East Amherst, NY, USA on January 11, 2005 at 11:39 AM (CST)

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