iPod 3G Shuffle Case Puts You Back in Control



The latest iPod shuffle is arguably too small to need a case to keep it from harm, but the folks at Scosche devised a case with external controls — so you can plug in other headphones instead of relying on the originals.

Available in black or white in early July,  tapStick slips over the iPod and, though the design doesn’t do much justice to the original, it allows you to control the device sans headphones. Tapstick also comes with a three-foot aux cord, for playlist goodness in the car.

tapStick case, images courtesy Scosche
tapStick case, images courtesy Scosche

It’ll set you back $30 from Scosche.

Via Coolest Gadgets


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