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  • Mickey Mouse iPod nano

    Walt Disney may have been a nut, but he sure did love making children happy with his cartoons, especially good ol’ Mickey Mouse. That’s why we so thoroughly enjoy this Mickey Mouse-engraved iPod nano from Japan’s Run-at. It’s the standard issue 2GB nano, but with the famous mouse etched into the back. It also comes with a svelte leather case. Only around 500 were made… Read More

  • Nike Hatphones

    This Nike skullcap is designed to do more than just keep your cranium covered and toasty. In addition to storing your iPod Nano is a small mesh pouch, the Hatphones cap has headphones integrated within. I’m a big fan of not having wires bounce around when I run or cycle, but I wonder how comfortable it’d be having my Nano stuck to my head. Unless Nike has figured out some really… Read More

  • Tune Belt Intros New iPod Nano Accessories

    Looking to protect your iPod Nano on the cheap? Perhaps Tune Belt and its recently released and expanded iPod cases can fulfill your every desire! There’s the see-through wristband carrier for $17 and the belt case for $15. Each is designed with safety and comfort in mind, so you can rest at night knowing your Nano is safe. The wristband carrier can be strapped onto “fitness… Read More

  • BoxWave Introduces New iPod Nano 2G Cases

    If you’re strapped for gift ideas for Xmas and know someone with an iPod Nano, you may want to check out some of the new cases from BoxWave. With just five days left to shop, these affordable iPod Nano 2G cases are great gifts for anyone who’s got/is getting a Nano. There’s the Active Case for $15, a clear, hard-plastic case that’s pretty basic. The Designio Leather… Read More

  • iFrogz Releases Clear Case, Color Case For 2G Nano

    Looking for a case to go along with that spankin’ new iPod Nano you’re getting this holiday season? Check out iFrogz’ new 2G iPod Nano cases. The clear case comes comes in a frosty, clear design with an iFrogz logo in the back that comes in 10 different colors. This is a different style for iFrogz, who usually has all kinds of customization options available with their cases. Read More

  • Vaja Releases New iPod Nano Cases

    So you got your hands on a colorful 2G iPod Nano but need a case? Fear not. Vaja just announced four new cases for the Nano and they look pretty gnarly to be honest. There’s the Classic (pictured above) for $34, the Classic Top for $40, I-Volution Holster for $30, and I-Volution with hook for $45. All the cases can be customized to your liking and are available in over 1000 different… Read More

  • Griffin Brings the Obnoxiousness of Disko to Nano

    , it’s a polycarbonate case to protect your svelte MP3 hardware. In most respects, it’s fairly typical, other than the “ring of bling,” a series of lights around the clickwheel that light up into patterns to force those with epilepsy into submission. Read More

  • I’ll Have The #3 For The iPod Nano

    Americans love things in combos. We love to feel like we’re getting a bargain for a bunch of crap we really don’t need. Rivet’s new combo pack for the iPod Nano accomplishes just that. For 50 of your hard earned dollars, you can get yourself a clear GRAB case with a belt clip, a lanyard, and a pair of RHYTHM headphones with three sets of interchangeable earbuds. And the… Read More

  • How Not to Get Ripped Off on Craigslist, eBay

    On the weekends, I have a hobby of fixing broken iPods. Usually they just need a little reset love or some hard disk repairs and they’re good as new. One place I find these busted iPods is Craigslist. Over the weekend, I noticed a post for a cheap, used iPod Nano at $54. That’s a fairly low price for even a first-gen Nano, so I figured it must be broken or missing parts. I thought… Read More

  • A: The 8GB Apple iPod Nano (PRODUCT) RED


    Q: What’s red, holds approximately 2,000 songs and costs $249 with $10 of that purchase going to the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa? Apple adds to iPod line with second red nano [reuters] Read More

  • Holiday Portable Media Player Guide: What's Right for You?

    There are loads of PMP choices—not all of them from Apple—that are worthy of being carried around and fondled as you go about your day. What’s right for you may not be right for the businessman who commutes two hours, or the athlete who burns more calories sneezing than you do the entire day. We know you don’t fit into any one “demographic,” but we… Read More

  • Apple's iPod Nano Turns Red

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/AIDS drugs in the third-world. A worthy reason to paint an iPod Red, indeed. It's available now from Apple's website at the same $199 as the regular 4GB colored iPod Nanos, and they're shipping now. That includes free gift engraving, you considerate commie. Apple [Product Page] Read More

  • Titan Gear 2G Nano Case

    If you just got a 2G Nano and you’re looking for a case with versatility in mind, GizMac might have just the thing. The Titan Gear includes a carabiner clip, an armband, a belt clip with 360-degree rotation and a lanyard. It is available for $24.99. Not a bad setup all-in-all, but I have to question the lack of protection that it provides. It looks as if the system simply clips to the… Read More

  • iPod Nano Gets a Wood Case

    if someone asked you what would protect your iPod more, aluminum or wood, what would you choose? *bbzzzzzz* Wrong. The answer is wood, or at least the Dutch company Miniot thinks so. They have a wooden iPod carrying case designed to protect the precious, and apparently vulnerable, metals on your iPod. Oh, and it also costs $95. Some of you may think this is a bit much for a $149 device. Read More

  • Battle Test: H2O Audio

    Having lived in New Orleans forever, I have a handful of friends who work in aquatic settings–Divers, fishermen, etc. I’ve had quite a few requests from them for advice on which case to use for their beloved DAPs while working. It took a bit of scouring, but I eventually found H2O Audio, a company that makes rugged, waterproof cases that are precisely suitable for the environments… Read More

  • iSoundCap – Put Your iPod Nano In Your Hat

    Want to carry your iPod Nano along but think an arm-band or a necklace is too high-class for you? Then might we interest you in the $29.99 iSoundCap, a baseball cap with a slot in the back for an iPod Nano. The cap includes a sleeve for the iPod, a spool for the wires, and a white flare design on the bill. Just check out this lovely lady on the left for an example of how the iSoundCap will… Read More

  • Cornell Developing Bacteria Finding "Nano-Napkin"

    Looks like today is nano technology day for me. A research team at Cornell University has announced its work on a “nano-napkin,” which would be able to detect certain bacteria or viruses. The idea sounds simple enough, binding nanofibers to antibodies in an attempt to use the napkain to locate specific bacteria. The example the team gives is of a meat packing plant. Read More

  • Harvard's Nano Antenna Could Create 3TB CDs

    A research team over at Harvard University has developed a nano antenna that can be mounted on a regular off-the-shelf laser so that data can be written onto media at a much greater rate. In theory, this would mean that even the soon-to-be-obsolete CD could have over 3TB written onto it. The device is essentially a couple of gold-coated nano rods. When light from the laser hits the rods… Read More

  • Mophie's Radura iPod Nano Cases

    The dust didn’t even have time to settle on the Apple announcement before Mophie rolled out their new cases for the updated iPod Nano. We’ll leave the debate on whether the aluminum Nanos even need cases for a later date. The Relo Radura cases are made of clear, hard plastic, and surround your Nano almost entirely, save for the click wheel and the ports for headphone and dock… Read More

  • The New iPod Nano Ad: In Color

    Apple’s new iPod Nano ad stresses the fact that it’s in color with streaks of blue, pink and green, not to mention a little silver. They couldn’t very well streak the 8GB black though, so keep in mind there are five different colors, not four, for the updated iPod Nano. People who attended the event yesterday tell us that the bus station ads were already up by the time the… Read More