When I read Larry's recent review of the new 7th-gen iPod nano, I noticed he said he was very disappointed the new nano didn't have a clip on the back. While digging around on Amazon, I found a cute little case that protects the iPod and adds a clip to the back. The MiniSuit JAZZ Slim [...]
The iPod nano 6G may be dead to Apple, but that won't stop companies from continuing to invent cool ways to transform it into more than just a small clip-on music player. We've seen watchbands galore, but digems will turn your nano into a digital necklace. A special bracket fastens under the nano's clip to [...]
In late 2012, Apple introduced its new line up of iPod devices, including the new 7th generation iPod nano. Having recently moved from a 1st generation nano to a 6th generation nano, I did not think I would have the opportunity or need for the new nano. But when one of my other portable music devices failed, the [...]
You've probably seen the update that Apple gave their iPod nano. They added a lot - bigger screen, videos, Bluetooth - but they made the body bigger and took away the clip. It's too big to wear on a watchband now, and without a clip, you can't attach it to your clothes, either. HardCandy has [...]
Pad & Quill, with their tasteful and elegant cases for iPad and iPhone have manufactured superior cases for electronic "i" devices. Hand constructed, well made and protective, Pad & Quill is at the top of their game. So I was surprised and, literally, delighted to see the Pad & Quill case for Apple's Nano Mp3 [...]
What's cuter than the latest-gen iPod nano? The Littlest Black Book Case for iPod nano from Pad & Quill, that's what. Like its larger brother, The Little Black Book for iPhone, it has a cover made of Italian bonded leather, provides access to all controls and ports and is made in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U. S. [...]
The Apple iPod nano is a popular gadget not only because it makes a very portable music player, but because it can also replace your wrist watch by using any one of the many straps designed for it. Now those of you that want to go old school can turn your nano into a very [...]
Sure. There are a few bands on the market for the 6th gen iPod nano. OK, more than a few. Many are similar: colorful silicone or resin strap with a fun, sporty style, like the iWatchz Q Collection reviewed by Julie a few months back. But if you're after something a bit less sporty [...]
Turning your 6th generation Apple iPod nano into a wristwatch is as simple as buying one of the many wrist band accessories that are currently available. The infuse watchband from Frontal Concepts is the second nano watchband I've had the opportunity to review. Let's take a look. The infuse watchband is comprised of two main [...]
You know how the latest generation iPod Nano is small enough to resemble the face of a watch? Several manufacturers have noticed this too, but Hex Designs has developed probably the coolest looking and most functional iPod Nano watch band so far. It's a simple silicone band that is designed for the Nano to just [...]
HandHeldItems is offering a premium silicone skin cover for the tiny new 6th-generation iPod nano. These cases cover up the pretty metallic body of the new nano, but they protect it from scratches. The clip and the connectors are left free; the power and volume buttons are covered by the silicone. The cases are available [...]
How are you going to carry Apple new iPod nano? Clipped to your shirt? Stowed in a pocket? How about around your wrist? Heck, how about just using it as a wristwatch? Incipio's new Linq case turns the 6th generation nano music player into a watch. The Linq protects the nano with a polymer case [...]
Today Apple announced 4 updated products. The iPod shuffle, AppleTV, iPod touch, and iPod nano. Of the bunch, the nano is the one that I want to try the most. I don't need one, that's for sure, but I can't help but want one! It's a matchboxed sized multi-touch music player. Who wouldn't want one? [...]
The next piece in my work out puzzle was an armband for my iPod Nano. I still have a 3rd generation Nano so I needed one to fit that. It needed to support the Nike + iPod kit, fit my arm and deal well with sweat. I owned the Nike arm band for my old [...]
Announced just today at Apple's 09/09/09 "music event", the new iPod nano. The newest nano appears to be the same size as the "4th Gen" nano, but with a larger screen and a polished aluminum finish. It will also feature a camera that shoots still images and video and a microphone. Also added is FM [...]
Scosche announces the availability of their new IDR350M noise isolating earphones for the iPhone 3GS, iPod shuffle (Gen 3), iPod touch (Gen 2), iPod nano (Gen 4) and iPod classic 120GB. They have an integrated tapLINE control technology that allows users to play/pause, adjust volume, skip tracks, navigate playlists, record voice memos, activate the voice [...]
Fourth generation iPod nano owners that are interested in keeping their device looking as good as the day they purchased it, might want to check out the aluminum slider case from CoreCases. They sent me two samples to review and here are my results. This slider case is made of anodized aluminum and is available [...]
Along with being an avid tech-guy, I am also a die-hard sports person as well.
I enjoy exercising or working out daily; to including running, weight lifting,
tennis, basketball, etc. When I workout, running and weight lifting in particular,
I prefer listening to music (to get me through the pain and suffering). iStik
promises a better way to have your music with you while working out...
I have used many well-made tech-toy cases from around the world over the years. The Corsa for the iPod Touch and Sonata for the Nano are the first cases by Orbino I have ever tried. If first impressions are as important in cases as it in the real world, Orbino leaves most others behind.
Even though the iPod is the most popular MP3 player, each person's iPod is unique on the inside. The iPod's clean exterior design makes it another perfect canvas for customization.
This is the second Nano sports armband review I've done. The first review was on the Nike Sport Armband which has done an excellent job holding my Nano during my running. That being said, my initial impression of the Speck Active-Sport armband for the first generation Nano was that it was too big and bulky. But after using it several weeks it has grown on me enough to replace my Nike armband. An added bonus of the Speck armband is that it includes a sensor pouch to hold the Nike+ sensor.
The Apple Nike+ iPod system is a great way to track your workouts. All you need is a iPod Nano, the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit, and a pair of Nike+ compatible shoes. Wait. What if you don't like Nike sneakers or want to use the system for other sports like hiking?
You know how everyone loves Vaja cases because of the sheer number of color combinations available to buyers? Well now you can have that same experience, but with iPod silicone skins. ifrogz gives you over 1,000,000 design options with their wrapz, bandz and screenz sets. Yes, I did say 1 million! Prepare for choice overload... [...]
Along with being an avid tech-guy, I'm a diehard runner. Over the years I've found the right shoes, clothes, music player, and accessories are important for an enjoyable run. My current mp3 player is the iPod Nano that I used in conjunction with an old Nike armband that was held in-place with velcro. It was [...]
Here's a quick look at Innopocket's Metal Deluxe cases for the Apple Video and nano iPods. Made of 100% anodized aircraft grade aluminum, these are light weight play through cases that are available in Black and Silver. For those of you that like to wear your iPod on your belt, you'll be happy to know [...]