updated 11:20 am EST, Fri January 25, 2008
Aluminate, DuraSport Nano
GizMac today announced that it is expanding its Aluminate and DuraSport lineup of cases to include the 3G iPod nano. The Aluminate case is constructed from aluminum on the front and polycarbonate plastics on the back, while the screen and click-wheel are visible, but protected. Users can secure their Aluminate with the included lanyard and carabiner clips, which the company claims will not clash with a user's fashion motif. GizMac will ship the Aluminate case for the 3G iPod nano in February for $30.
The DuraSport for iPod nano is a soft case, made from soft silicone rubber. It includes a plastic shield for protecting the screen, with the silicone case covering the click-wheel. In addition to the lanyard and carabiner, the DuraSport also comes with a Velcro-fastened armband. The DuraSport will also be shipping in February for $30.