Search! What You See

Thursday, December 30, 2010

HEX Watch Band Joins the 'iPod nano – Watch' Trend

Apple's 2010 products have managed to stay in the spotlight for quite a while, either due to their various features and functions or (mostly) due to the very large number of accessories designed specifically for them that have made their way onto the market, such as the one we'll talk about as follows, namely the HEX Watch Band for iPod nano Gen 6.
As you might have guessed by simply taking a look at this thing's name, the HEX Watch Band is one of those protective cases designed specifically for the latest-gen iPod nano that's meant to be worn around the wrist, turning the device into a multi-function electronic watch, for all intends and purposes.
The HEX Watch Band features a “Pop-in, Pop-out” design which allows for easy placement of the iPod nano.
With premium silicone and integrated control buttons, the Watch Band provides maximum protection and full access to all controls on the iPod nano, as one would actually expect from such a protection solution.
Additionally, the inline orientation of the Watch Band allows headphone cords to run straight up the user’s arm or discretely through a sleeve keeping the cords from tangling or getting in the way while on the go.
The HEX Watch Band is available now in 9 fun colors including red, pink, orange, green, blue, clear, black, grey and white, which means that most users shouldn't have much of a problem finding the exact model that best suits their needs and style.
The HEX Watch Band for iPod nano Gen 6 sells for somewhere in the vicinity of $29.95, which is actually quite an OK price point, taking into account the average price points of some of the other similar solutions available on the market (and there are really plenty of them to choose from).  

No comments:

Post a Comment