It's always those darned case manufacturers giving things away. Latest to scoop Apple to their own announcement is Cygnett, who have thrown up product pages for both iPod touch G3 and iPod nano G5 models; the same models we're expecting Apple to unveil later today. The iPod touch G3 case has a cut-out for the rumored camera, while the iPod nano G5 images show a much-elongated display.
Further evidence of the upcoming iPod touch and iPod nano camera refresh is spilling uncontrollably out of China, with multiple different cases being hawked with the new PMPs dimensions and capabilities. Cult of Mac have been collating the various silicon and hard-plastic cases and sleeves, each of which show a centrally-positioned camera for the iPod touch 3G and a lower left-hand camera for the iPod nano 5G.
NZXT announced a brand new gaming chassis today called the M59 and this thing was designed with the ultimate gamer in mind. In fact, it provides superior ventilation and includes five fans so you don't have to worry about overheating.
We're seldom impressed with LED flashes on cellphones, but it's arguably better to have one and use it sparingly than not have one at all. That's why we can understand Ryan's frustrating with his iPhone 3G: he decided to mod his Mophie Juice Pack to add an LED flash
Apple have reportedly ordered a "massive number" of camera modules, similar to those found in the iPhone, which will likely find their way into the iPod touch and nano. According to TechCrunch's sources in Asia, the size of the order - each camera costs roughly $10 - suggests that not only will the iPod touch get photography abilities (as suggested by the iPod touch 3G case on Friday) but that in fact every model bar the iPod shuffle will include one.
Dubious doesn't even begin to cover it, but a listing for a silicone skin case for the "iPod touch 3G" has shown up on online store Uxsight. The anti-slip case has a large cut-out on the top left-hand corner, supposedly to accommodate the third-generation iPod touch's integrated camera.
Reminding us of Thermaltake's monster Level 10 PC case, this is actually the Edelweiss PC, the handiwork of Pius Geiger and in fact initially constructed all the way back in 2006. Updated this year with a crisp new white color-scheme, the water-cooled Edelweiss separates out drives, graphics and power-supply, and then illuminates them with a discrete but effective lighting system.
NZXT announced today their latest tower case and this one is definitely targeted at the gamer crowd. Called the Beta, this steel case is meant for mid-towers and is most definitely meant for serious gamers that want a great quality and great-looking case without giving up other important features.
The Beta is all black inside and super easy to expand. It has room enough for 4 5.25-inch drives, 10.5-inch graphics cards and even 5 hard drive racks. could you imagine the beast of a computer you could make with that sort of freedom?
Expanded cooling is included with 4 120-mm fans working to keep both the processor and the video cards nice and cool. Screwless installation makes this one super easy to set up or change up. You will be able to get the Beta, an economical yet effective case, starting this month for $49.99.
Mophie are back, with the third incarnation of their Juice Pack iPhone battery cradle. The Mophie Juice Pack Air claims to have answered most of the criticisms of the earlier models, while still offering to almost double iPhone 3G runtime. Is this a must-have cradle, or just a cradle of filth - SlashGear set to finding out.
If you recently picked up the newest iPod Shuffle and have yet to find a suitable case for it, you just might need to check out the Action Jacket Sports Case from DLO. This case was designed specifically for the Shuffle and it makes exercising or general hands-free music listening a snap.