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iPod Nano Invisible Shield review

The iPod Nano needs protection. Period.

I ordered the Invisible Shield before I read this review, but now I actually feel affirmed doing so.

And yes, the product video IS impressive. But it’s the review that shows that it actually suits the Nano perfectly – looks like a second skin.

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  1. Wow! And I thought Sony did a great fortune with the PSP. Sell this for 250 EUR, additional 1 GB memory for currently 75 EUR at ebay (32MB is just not quite sufficient for todays needs), movies for 20, and games from 30 to 60.

    But iPod business is even better – there is skin protection for $20 – not talking about the Music Store.

    But saying this: When will we now see Sony’s Movie Store? And little 250 EUR UMD Burners with USB connection? They could put 1.8GB of visioncast onto a litte UMD. Sounds like business. But those who know SonicStage (Sony’s little brother of iTunes I currently use to transfer audio onto my MD Walkman) know that this will be a long way.

    BTW, You need to test the comments with IE, too. GreatNews and Firefox are not the only clients used to view your very cool Blog. ;-)

  2. Wow! And I thought Sony did a great fortune with the PSP. Sell this for 250 EUR, additional 1 GB memory for currently 75 EUR at ebay (32MB is just not quite sufficient for todays needs), movies for 20, and games from 30 to 60.

    But iPod business is even better – there is skin protection for $20 – not talking about the Music Store.

    But saying this: When will we now see Sony's Movie Store? And little 250 EUR UMD Burners with USB connection? They could put 1.8GB of visioncast onto a litte UMD. Sounds like business. But those who know SonicStage (Sony's little brother of iTunes I currently use to transfer audio onto my MD Walkman) know that this will be a long way.

    BTW, You need to test the comments with IE, too. GreatNews and Firefox are not the only clients used to view your very cool Blog. ;-)

  3. Just make sure you buy one of their pre-cut shields; the “Custom Orders” that they offer frequently take several weeks to ship and in my case, were not cut properly which results in disappointment and frustration.

  4. Just make sure you buy one of their pre-cut shields; the "Custom Orders" that they offer frequently take several weeks to ship and in my case, were not cut properly which results in disappointment and frustration.

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