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SwitchEasy, USBfever offer new iPod cases, gadgets

updated 01:15 am EST, Wed December 12, 2007

SwitchEasy iPod cases

SwitchEasy has introduced a bevy of cases for Apple's various devices during the holiday season, while USBfever unveiled a few different accessories geared towards iPod and iPhone users. The Capsule case for the iPhone heads off SwitchEasy's offerings, featuring a hard, duo-tone polycarbonate plastic frame with a built-in lock, with a hard coated protective membrane for the screen. The separately-available VisionClip for the case allows users to holster the iPhone, face-in, while still providing a small cutout allowing users to see who is calling them. The Capsule for iPhone and VisionClip sell for $30 and $15, respectively.

The iPod touch has the CapsuleTouch ($25) and CapsuleTouch UltraBlack limited edition ($30) cases available to it, and made from the same materials as the iPhone version. The special edition case features a black-tinted face cover, and both the special and regular editions feature a custom formed universal dock adapter, so that users don't have to remove the Touch from the safety of the case.

SwitchEasy also has some cases for the 3G Nano that it is calling the Silicone Biscuit ($10), available in six different colors, and are actually shaped like a tea biscuit. The cases feature a polycarbonate screen guard, and a soft dock cover.

USBfever's offerings start with an iPod touch cradle ($20), featuring a line-out connector, while also compatible with the Nano. A foldable, European-style USB travel charger ($12), universal USB charger ($20) and a folding, North American-style USB charger ($20) round out USBfever's power-related options, and a 2G Shuffle armband ($10) is available in black and silver.

SwitchEasy's Capsule for iPod touch (top) and Silicone Biscuit for 3G Nano (bottom)

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