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45 Nano iPod Nano Cassette Tape Case Makes for a Confusing Title

by Lambert Varias
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The 45 nano cassette tape case isn’t for people who like to wear tight pants, because it will turn your 4th gen, stick of gum-sized iPod nano into something as large as, well, a cassette tape.

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And if you thought Apple did you a favor by having all sorts of colors for the iPod nano’s casing, you’ll love the fact that there are 32 different 45 nano cassette tape designs to choose from. Actually I shouldn’t call them designs, because the cases really are cassette tapes. They were just gutted and hacked to house an iPod nano. Variety, old school looks, and environment-friendly!

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What’s not to like? Well, Contexture Design is selling the 45 nano case for $45 (CAD) (appx. $41 USD). If you’re good with your hands, you can probably make your own cassette tape case for free. But if not, well, you can sulk and flame Contexture Design for selling a gutted cassette tape for $41.

[via Gizmodo]

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