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Pink iPod cases fund breast-cancer research

Belkin donates iPod nano profits to cancer charity

Belkin has introduced pink versions of its iPod nano cases, the Sport Armband and Remix Metal. Available from BestBuy the iPod nano cases each cost $30 (around £16); they went on sale on Sunday. A portion of the proceeds go to a breast cancer charity.

Belkin will donate 10 percent of the retail price of each iPod nano case sold to support Susan G Komen for the Cure, a non-profit organisation focused on finding a cure breast cancer. Belkin has pledged a minimum of $100,000.

The iPod nano Sport Armband is affixed with pink accents and a pink ribbon (the official colour for breast cancer awareness). The iPod nano armband features a stitchless construction and it's hand-washable and water-resistant. The Remix Metal case for the iPod nano is made of clear acrylic and brushed metal. It also sports a pink finish and pink ribbon graphic, and uses a soft-touch clickwheel protector.


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