Belkin seems to always be whipping out new accessories for the iPhone or iPod. Today the company is showing off new cases for the iPod nano 4G MP3 player. Among the cases are the new Micra and Fuse cases. The Micra cases are clear with subtle graphics for detail.
The clear design of the case allows the user to show off and see the color of their nano but adds a graphic to the clear case with a representation of a sound wave. The case also ships with a ClearScreen overlay to prevent scratches. Belkin also offers Micra cases in Glam, Dusk, Flow, and Chex prints.
The Fuse cases have bold colors and are designed to look like paint dripping over canvas. The two colors of polycarbonate fit together for a secure fit and protection. The case is available in pink/black, yellow/black, red/black, clear/black, purple/black, and blue/black. The red and black case looks like blood dripping to me. The Micra cases are $19.99 each and the Fuse sells for $24.99.
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