Power Support Plies iPod Category With New Intros

By Lisa Johnston On Sep 4 2006 - 6:00am

Power Support, a designer and producer of Apple accessories, unveiled the SplashProof, designed to protect the iPod nano from water and sand. Made of thick silicon, the SplashProof is meant to allow users operate their iPods without worrying about sand or water splashing on it.

Priced at $34, the SplashProof was scheduled for mid-July availability.

The company also introduced the Kimono cases for 30GB or 60GB video-capable iPods. This line is meant to combines intricate designs and stunning aesthetics with the functionality and attention to detail. Constructed of fine leather and authentic cotton kimono fabric, each case is cut individually, ensuring that no two cases are exactly alike, according to Power Support. A fabric-covered insert is included to provide a custom fit, and all wheel functions and docking capabilities are fully accessible without removing the kimono.

Also scheduled to ship in July, the Kimono case will be offered at a suggested retail of $39.

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