The latest iPod shuffle case comes from Griffin Technology. The American company specialized in accessories and products for Mac, has been marketing iVault since the beginning of July, an aluminum product shell designed to armor the flash player.
The case was designed in collaboration with designer Greg Gutierrez and perfectly matches the style of shuffle. It has clean and essential lines and leaves all the doors and controls necessary to listen to music and connect the device to the computer.
The closure of the two parts of the case, reads the description provided by Griffin, takes place via four screws. The case, available in four colors (as well as the natural tone of aluminum, also purple, blue and red), and weighs about 40 grams.
The cost in line with the refinement of design and materials. On the American market, where it will be on sale from April, for $ 29.90.
Griffin Products are distributed in Italy by American DataLine.