iPod case takes trip down memory lane
Looks more like a bicycle lock or a stun gun
It's a classic case of high tech meeting low tech. For the security-conscious listener, Japan's Elecom has a new line of locking cases for the iPod.
We're not talking about DRM kind of locks here, but the kind that we used to lock up our 10-speed bikes in junior high, complete with a four-digit combination. It even has a steel cable just like the old bike locks did too--which means it could be snipped just as easily with a pair of medium-sized wire cutters. (Not that we know any of this from first-hand experience or anything.)
Despite the similarities, the case itself bears an even closer resemblance to another obsolete security device: the first Tasers.