The colorful speck stand at CES, visited by Macitynet in early January during the Las Vegas fair, presented new variations of traditional products such as bags, backpacks and iPod / iPhone cases. Many people flocked to the queue to get some free gadgets but also to see some of the newest and most interesting creations of American society.
Among the new products to report, perhaps not the most visible in size, there is a curious and fun case for the iPod Shuffle, both second and third generation.
Certainly the small iPod without display, as Apple claims, the "most wearable" player on the market and therefore also the least cumbersome … but, not to mention that you should always "wear" it and it often happens that you need a protective case that contains both the Shuffle and its headphones. Speck's TechStyle meets this need by offering a semi-rigid shell that can accommodate two generations of iPod Shuffles, which are also quite different in shape.
The exterior has a synthetic coating and a zip that allows you to open the shell halfway; a practical carabiner allows you to anchor the case to any ring or hook. The generous interior space, black in color, provides a plastic support with an adapter for the new iPod, removed this, you can insert a second generation iPod Shuffle.
The Apple player is well anchored to the support and then you can then roll up the headphones in the remaining space. If desired, the same headphones can come out of the case and the Apple player (only for the new generation, with the controls on the headphones wire) can be used without being removed from the protective shell.
The invoice looks very good, as well as impact protection, making it useful for those who intend to use their Shuffle in "risky" conditions.
In the United States, techStyle for iPod shuffle costs between $ 10 and $ 20, depending on where you buy it. In Italy Speck distributed by ADL, American Data Line.