Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by The_Pope, 7 Jul 2005.
I'm waiting for someone to build one into body armour. (It'd go well with the AK-MP3)
that just sounds kinda dirty. or maybe that's lack of sleep getting to me again.
looks cool though, even if it rather takes away from the fits-in-the-pocket aspect a bit.
Sure, but given how they're rammed into trains like sardines (if media footage is to be believed), it seems a sensible precaution. But I'm sure so would a plastic hardcase and an inside jacket pocket... but it wouldn't look as l33t as this ^_^
Pah. Would be way cooler if he'd used titanium.
lol that sucks a lot
may be shiney but its damm ugly
A much nicer attempt at a 'full metal jacket' has been made by a iPodLounge reader here, which he has been fortunate enough to get to market by colaborating with Griifin Technolgies:
Of course, that's for a shuffle, but He also made one for his 3G pod:
love that 3G case are griffin going to produce that one also?
that 3G case rocks
If he dropped the bulletproof case, his IPOD would die of hard metal impact. I didn't seen any cushion inside the plate lol
I'd be tempted to call it the 'full metal jacket' - or if you want an apple style name iSore - because lets face it - that thing is ugly - Why not just make a 2mm titanium shell and cushion the inside for shock/crush absorbance...all the protection and more at about a 10th of the weight.
...and about 6x the cost. Perfect for Apple!
I actually quite like it, if only for the sheer overkill of the design.
yeah that would be awesome. It would be cool to have a chromed front to match the stock iPod back.
o/t God bless your avatar.
I-heavy is the name
Bloody hell thats almost half a kilogram!!!
Hmm, maybe army is interested in these. Ipod with armor for every soldier!!
and spend even more money on crap when they need boots and other equipment that wont melt. Yea, ring up Blair, its a winner!!
I liked the shuffle, but not the other. If someone could make an ipod shell to replace the existing one, i'd buy it.
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