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SwitchEasy announces cases for iPod touch, nano
Friday, November 16, 2012 @ 2:19pm

SwitchEasy Limited announced today the availability of a range of case options for the new iPod touch and iPod nano. SwitchEasy's new offerings include Colors cases for both the touch and Nano, as well as a Nude case offering for the iPod touch. The cases protect the new iPods with a material that is easily gripped but still allows access to the devices' controls and ports.



The Colors case for the iPod touch comes in an array of eight different covers, featuring a minimalist design that gives a full view of the iPod's touchscreen. It integrates a "jelly bean" style tactile home button, making for easy access while still protecting the device. The Colors case for the iPod nano features the same home button cover. Both models come with two anti-static screen guards, one microfiber wipe, one squeegee for screen guard application, two headphone jack protectors, and two Lightning connector protectors. The Nude case for iPod touch is an ultra-thin polycarbonate protection solution with tactile covered buttons. Its polycarbonate material is built for durability, even at 1mm thin. It also features a scratch-resistant gloss coating and comes with two front protective screen guards, a microfiber wipe, and a squeegee for screen protector application. The Nude case ships with two headphone jack protectors and two Lightning port protectors. The SwitchEasy Colors case for iPod touch comes in slate, white, blue, yellow, pink, red, turquoise, and viola, and it retails for $20. The Colors case for iPod nano comes in slate, white, purple, blue, green, yellow, pink, and red, and retails for $15. The SwitchEasy Nude case for iPod touch is available in ultrablack, ultraclear, white, slate, blue, yellow, pink, and red. It is available for $20. Further information on purchasing and availability is available at SwitchEasy's site.

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