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?
...And iPod Touch gets screwed! Yesterday Apple unveiled a few new toys. Best of the lot was the new Nano, now with built-in camcorder, and iTunes 9, with media sharing, iPhone app management and a store makeover.
It's cheap and it's small. But how does the new iPod nano's video actually work? Check out our interface clip here.
As well-documented by the "word on the street," the fifth generation iPod nano is also a video camera...and radio and a pedometer and a voice recorder too...and it's available today. Details:
Oh Hello! Apple's iPod event starts at 10AM PST. We've got our autorefreshing liveblog and a new livepoll so you can share your thoughts with us. So, what do you think will happen today? Update: Fixed technical problems. [live.gizmodo.com]