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Incipio unveils Linq iPod nano watch case

Linq turns iPod nano into a watch

| Fashion meets Tech News | Posted: Sep 16, 2010 7:04 pm

The technology world was all aflutter a few weeks back when Apple unveiled its new line of iPods. One of the new offerings was an updated version of the nano with a touchscreen and a clock function. With the thing being able to be used as a clock it didn't take long for some accessories to hit the market to turn the thing into a watch.

 

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Many of the watchbands for the new nano were just simple bands that you clip the nano onto. The problem there was that the nano was left unprotected from scratches or drops. A new nano case has surfaced from Incipio called the Linq that offers protection while you wear the nano like a watch.

 

The Linq has a case that wraps around the edges of the nano to protect it from scratches and bumps. The band is flexible strap material that you can fasten to the wrist. The band can be removed from the case section and different colors matched with it. The complete Linq device sells for $24.99 and the bands only can be purchased for $9.99 each.

 

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