updated 05:45 pm EDT, Thu November 1, 2007
new sena ipod cases
California-based manufacturer Sena released a new line of leather cases for the new iPod classic, Touch and Nano, alongside a set of cases for the iPhone. The cases are made from "fine-quality" European leather, and come in a variety of different styles and colors, starting at $20. Sena formed in 1999, initially offering cases for PDAs and cell phones, the company now manufactures cases for the full line-up of Apple's iPod media players, including the iPhone – which flew off the shelves when the device launched in late June.
The iPhone cases are called the Dockable ($60), the MagnetFlipper ($60), the LeatherSkin ($50), the Elega Pouch ($40 - $50), and the UltraSlim Pouch ($30). The offerings are a mix of flip-style and sleeves.
Cases for the iPod touch are similar to that of the iPhone, also coming in the UltraSlim, Elega Pouch, LeatherSkin and Magnet Flipper designs, and Sena introduces the Premium Stand case, designed to let users stand their iPod touch upright for viewing purposes. The Touch cases are priced from $30 - $60.
Sena is offering the UltraSlim style case for the Nano, and the Dockable, MagnetFlipper and Premium stand models are available for the Classic. Prices range from $20 - $50.
The Apple Stores across the US are selling select colors and designs, with the full line available from Sena's online store.
Clockwise from top left: Dockable, Elega Pouch, MagnetFlipper, LeatherSkin, UltraSlim