Speck Products on Wednesday introduced the
mini iGuy — a device they describe as a “fully functional case and toy” for Apple’s iPod mini. The mini iGuy — based on the same design as Speck’s iGuy for iPod — is compatible with all iPod minis and costs US$34.95.
Speck said the mini iGuy was created in response to the success of the original iGuy — the company’s initial stock was sold out within two weeks. The mini iGuy is a white rubberized case that features arms and legs you can bend to pose — the legs can fold and stretch outright when your iPod mini is recharging in its docks. The case includes a removable screen protector, but still provides access to iPod’s controls, headphone plug and hold switch.
For more on iPod mini accessories, please visit the
iPod mini Accessories Product Guide.