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Griffin announces Wave remake for new iPods

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Wed October 15, 2008

Griffin Wave for iPods

Griffin has announced that its Wave case has been updated and redesigned for the new iPod nano 4G, Touch 2G and Classic. The new version features the same wave-shaped contours of the original iPhone version, but has been modified with a double-helix design on the front and back. The iPod cases also feature Griffin's EasyDock design, which lets users simply slip off the case bottom in order to charge and sync.

The Wave protects iPods, but leaves access to all important controls and also comes with a static-peel screen protector for preventing display damage.

The case is on sale now, both individually and in a two-pack. The Nano and Touch versions ($25) are available in white, black or pink, while two-pack assortments ($35) offer black/green or black/white combinations. The Classic model ($25) has only black or white options.

by MacNN Staff



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