Belkin announces complete lineup of leather cases for iPod nano, available in October

Belkin has announced a variety of new cases for the iPod nano. Addressing the various needs of the iPod user, three form-fitting, leather-case designs are available. Designed to reinforce the nano’s minimalist industrial design approach, Belkin’s cases fully manage various aspects of user functionality while still maintaining a sleek-yet-simple aesthetic design. These cases will be available in North America in October:

Carabiner Case for iPod nano – $24.99: The Caribiner Case’s form-fitting design and fine-grain leather construction keeps your nano form slim while still giving you complete and easy accessibility to all ports. Featuring a carabineer clip for convenient positioning and hands-free carrying, this Case also offers a locking clip to easily secure your iPod.
Flip Case for iPod nano – $24.99: The Flip Case offers quick, easy, and convenient storage with its built-in cable-management mechanism. Designed with a multi-mount clip and hook for a variety of ways to secure your iPod nano, this Case also provides easy accessibility to all ports. The Flip Case features a form-fitting design, packaged within a fine-grain leather construction.
Folio Case for iPod nano – $24.99: The Folio Case secures comfortably around your wrist with convenient lanyard strap. Designed for easy accessibility to all ports, the Folio Case comes packaged within a fine-grain leather construction and features a form-fitting design.

“We’re very excited about the new iPod nano and its exceptional engineering,” comments Ernesto Quinteros, Belkin Director of Industrial Design in the press release. “Given the new form factor, it was our goal to create designs that would reflect this minimalist intent. We believe that our new slim leather cases will add smart protection to this high-touch experience.”

More info here.

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  1. just in time….and they could not buy the marketing if they tried….all those people complaining about marking their Nano’s…and now they have some great cases to buy and protect their lovely Nano’s with :o)

  2. I come to MacDailyNews for Apple News – any news pertaining to Apple. This includes a collection of news, editorial, opinion, and press release links.

    The great part is, I don’t read every story because I don’t have to – they have titles. For example, “Belkin announces complete lineup of leather cases for iPod nano, available in October” would clue me in to skip it if I wasn’t interested in Belkin showing support for the ipod nano.

    As for me, an AAPL stock holder, knowing the industry continues to support Apple’s products is good news.

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