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Jim Cramer, host of the CNBC program “Mad Money,” has named Apple one of his new “four horsemen” of the tech industry. He said the company, along with Amazon, Google, and RIM, has “taken over.”

A new solid titanium iPod nano case is being offered by Kiwami Studio. The Factron Re-nano case is priced at ¥99,750, or approx. $822.

Purple Ghost Software has introduced its new iGadget application for PC and Mac. The app “allows you to realize the full potential of your iPod.” Features include iPod backup, and the ability to transfer to and from the iPod.

A study conducted by Solutions Research Group shows that 48% of potential iPhone purchasers do not currently own an iPod (PDF Link). In addition, the study found the average age of those interested to be 31, and the group to be overwhelmingly (72%) male.

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Comments

1

“The Factron Re-nano case is priced at ¥99,750, or approx. $822.”

to protect an ipod that’s worth $249 !!!  nice try Kiwami Studio raspberry

Posted by iSoKrazy on June 7, 2007 at 1:33 PM (PDT)

2

When you buy a case for $822 or the equivalent, you obviously have additional reasons for buying that case, besides protection.

Posted by jasonact on June 7, 2007 at 1:46 PM (PDT)

3

wow im sorry but thats gotta be the stupidest case ever.
What additional reasons for buying? Chucking it and using it as an mp3 weapon?

Posted by Jason R on June 7, 2007 at 2:31 PM (PDT)

4

$822 nano case, why?

because some people have more money than brains

Posted by hydra-calm on June 8, 2007 at 9:31 AM (PDT)

5

Expensive AND dorky-looking…sounds like a real winner.

Posted by flatline response on June 8, 2007 at 12:55 PM (PDT)

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