Its not every day that I get to review a device so meaningless that I want to cry — actually that does happen every day, as evidenced much of our slow news day coverage — and the Bevy is one of those devices. It’s an iPod Shuffle case, it’s made of plastic and metal, and it has a church key for opening bottles of frosty ale. What else could you ask for?
The Bevy is actually a community-designed device and was created by an attendee at MacWorld 2007. It’s currently available for pre-order at $15 and fits the latest iPod Shuffle.
What else does it do? It has a headphone wrap. And it protects your Shuffle from wear and tear. And it has a key ring. And it opens beer. Seriously. I could repeat all that, but that doesn’t change the fact that this thing is an iPod Shuffle case. You either need one or you don’t. In all hontesty, I’d give it a 10 out of 10 for doing just what its supposed to do. ‘Nuff, as they say, said.