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Loop Nano Watch Band

Loop Nano Watch Band

Sure, it's likely to be replaced in the next few months, but if you plan on hanging on to your touchscreen nano and need a way to slap it on your wrist, the Loop Nano Watch Band ($20) is a good choice. Available in a variety of colors and made from comfortable silicone, if offers full access to all ports and controls, a sleek, low-profile design, and a stainless steel buckle.

  • Evernote Moleskine Smart Notebook

    Ever wish there was a way to easily, seamlessly digitize everything you've poured into your trusted notebook? Now there is. The Evernote Moleskine Smart Notebook ($25-$30) has been specially designed to let you quickly and easily snap a photo of each page using the Evernote app, making all your words and notes instantly searchable and sortable. Included Smart Stickers let you automatically tag pages and passages, and Skitch arrows to draw attention to important things on the page. It's as close as you can come to writing on your iPhone with an actual pen and paper.

  • Olloclip

    For a lot of people, the iPhone is now their most-used, if not full-time camera. But no matter how good Apple makes the optics inside, it's still limited to the built-in lens. Unless, of course, you have an Olloclip ($70). Recently updated for the iPhone 5, this ingenious 3-in-1 lens system slides overtop of your iPhone's camera, giving you fisheye, wide-angle, and macro lenses, all in a single little package. It comes with a carrying bag and caps, but odds are you're going to end up leaving it on your phone a lot of the time.