The Incipio Linq isn’t the first accessory for the new iPodnano that I have seen that turns the nano into a wristwatch. It is however one of the better built offerings I have seen. Most of the watchbands for the nano that have surfaced just clip the nano on top of the band and leave it exposed to scratches and abuse.
The Linq has a watchband and a case that surrounds the nano to protect it from bumps and scratches. The Linq is pretty cool and is offered in several colors including black, pink, white, blue, and gray. The things will ship in October.
You will be able to the Linq complete for $24.99 and extra wrist bands will set you back $9.99 each. I would assume that more wristbands are to allow you to mix and match case colors and bands. The nano still makes a really big watch.
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