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Podolock secures, protects iPod shuffle

imageComputer Spectrum has introduced a new case/security product for the second-generation iPod shuffle, the Podolock. The Podolock consists of an acrylic case paired with a locking keyring, making it possible to “lock” your shuffle to a belt loop or purse while still having full access to the shuffle’s controls and ports. The device can also be used as a keychain. Other Podolock models for the fifth-generation iPod and iPod nano are listed as “Coming Soon.” The Podolock for iPod shuffle is available now for $20. [via Gizmodo]

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