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SparkPlug, CAZE unveil new iPhone case and camera flash

updated 12:30 pm EDT, Mon July 19, 2010

New SparkPlug Flash helps illuminate images

SparkPlug and CAZE have both introduced new iPhone accessories, which include the SparkPlug Flash and Swarovski Crystal Case for iPhone 4. SparkPlug's new LED camera flash for the iPhone 3G and 3GS is designed to plug directly into the dock connector on the iPhone, and provides additional lighting to help illuminate both pictures and videos. A built-in sensor is also included on the back of the device, which detects a finger-press and can be used to add flashlight functionality to the iPhone.

CAZE's latest Swarovski case for iPhone 4 combines both Swarovski crystals and the Zero 5 transparent iPhone case. In addition to protecting the sides and back of the iPhone, the entire case comes covered in more than 1500 Swarovski crystals, which envelope the entire outer layer of the case. Included with the item are a microfiber cleaning cloth, a repair kit with 30 crystal beads, and either a Mirror Screen Protector or Crystal Apple Logo. The case also comes in four different colors including Blue, Silver, Gold, and Pink.

Both iPhone accessories can be found from their corresponding websites, and are pried at $20 for the SparkPlug Flash or $200 for the Swarovski Case for iPhone 4.






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