Besides the fact that I think lots of gadgets should have kickstands, this new iPod Nano case is actually practical. The Kickster has a kickstand on the back that doubles as a handle for holding the Nano in video mode.
The newest iPod Nano is incontrovertibly a step up from last year's model, crammed with new features including a video camera. But can the Nano stay the same cool little player while simultaneously invading the Flip-cam market?
Azzparently, if you want to open an iPod nano fifth generation, you will need an old school razor. That has to hurt, in a un chien andalou kind of way.
A Portuguese retailer has let slip on two more cases designed for the fifth-gen iPod Nano, and third-gen iPod Touch—and camera placement perfectly matches the Chinese cases Cult of Mac spotted. Update: Pics pulled, cases "available September." Hmmm?