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Griffin PowerDock Dual iPad And iPhone Dock

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

If you own both an iPad and iPhone the here’s a new accessory for you. The new Griffin PowerDock Dual iPad And iPhone dock will help keep them both fully charged and ready. The Griffin PowerDock Dual lets you dock both devices at the same time, allowing you to use them while docked.

The dock will even allow the speakers on your iPad to play media while docked. You can get it directly from Griffin for $59.99.

Griffin iTrip Universal FM Transmitter

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2010

Griffin has launched a new iTrip FM transmitter for iPods, iPhones and MP3 players, called the Griffin iTrip Universal. It comes with an integrated 3.5mm audio cable, a built in display, and two user programmable presets. The device is powered by two AA batteries and comes with an optional window mount for your dashboard or car windshield.

iTrip sends the music from your player to the closest FM receiver, in your car or at home, through your stereo speakers. Expect it to be available in the first Quarter of 2011, with the iTrip costing $25 and the optional window mount costing $20.

Griffin AirCurve Play amplifies the iPhone 4′s Volume without power

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2010

Griffin’s original AirCurve, the amplifier that docks and increases the iPod/iPhone’s volume has now been updated for the iPhone 4 and it increases music by 10dB louder. It doesn’t sit the iPhone in the docked position, instead it just rests inside.

It also now has a metal kickstand for holding it vertically or horizontally. You’ll also be glad to know that the price hasn’t changed either as it will cost you just $20.

Griffin iTrip DualConnect FM Transmitter

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on October 24th, 2010

The Griffin iTrip DualConnect hooks up the company’s FM transmitter technology with a plug for your car’s 12 volt power outlet. The integrated cable plugs into the dock connector on your iPhone or iPod touch so that iTrip can charge the battery while you drive.

You can also use the free iTrip Controller App to control iTrip and make the setup quick and easy. The Griffin iTrip DualConnect will cost you $59.99. Now you can take your device with you and keep it charged up.

Griffin PowerBlock Reserve and PowerJolt Reserve

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2009

Griffin PowerBlock Reserve and PowerJolt ReserveGriffin Technology has two new products for powering iPhones and iPods. The PowerBlock Reserve and PowerJolt Reserve. They’re available separately or as a bundle. Both the units use the same power unit, the Griffin Reserve Battery Pack.

They support any USB-rechargeable product, including the iPhone and various iPods. The PowerBlock Reserve works as an AC-charger for home. The removable battery has a direct-to-dock connection for iPhones or iPods. The PowerJolt Reserve works with 12V DC power for vehicles. If you need both, then you’ll want to purchase the bundle.

Griffin PowerDock charges 4 iPods

Posted in Chargers,Griffin,iPod,iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 15th, 2008

Griffin PowerDock is iPod hungry
Griffin has come up with a very handy PowerDock that will simplify the lives of those who have several iPods and iPhones in the house. (Or that crazy guy that has about 10 iPods and uses them all for some reason only he understands.) For now, it just charges the devices, but one can expect more functionality to be added down the road.

The Powerdock will be released in two models: a 4 slot version featured above for $70 in April, and a 2 slot model to come later for $50 in June.

Griffin Reflect Case for the New iPod Nano

Posted in Griffin,iPod Accessories by Darrin Olson on September 9th, 2007

Griffin Reflect new iPod Nano case has mirrored chrome finishGriffin is Johnny-on-the-spot with advertising its new cases for latest version of Apple’s iPods, with one of the coolest looking ones being a reflective case for the 3rd generation iPod Nano.

This case fits the new, fatter-style video nano and features a mirrored chrome-finish on the front. When the iPod is turned off it appears that the case has no window for the display with a seamless reflective face. When the iPod nano is powered on the display shines clearly through. The back of the Reflect case is a rubberized matte black to give it some grip and keep it from sliding around.

Of course this cool, reflective case from Griffin isn’t quite available yet but promises to start shipping in in October with the entire new line of cases retailing between $20 and $35.

Griffin Reflect iPod nano

Griffin ExpressCard 5-in-1 Card Reader/Writer

Posted in Accessories,Card Readers,Griffin by Quagmire on December 18th, 2006

Griffin 5 in 1 ExpressCard ReaderThis is the ExpressCard/34 5-in-1 Card Reader/Writer from computer peripherals and accessories manufacturer Griffin Technology Inc. This handy ExpressCard will read and write to most modern memory cards including Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick, SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard and xD-Picture Card.

The Griffin 5-in-1 Reader is easy to install and works with the ExpressCard/34 or /54 slot found in Apple’s MacBook Pro and newer Windows laptops. The card is plug-and-play and you don’t need to worry about installing drivers.

The USB 2.0 High-Speed interface gives you speedier transfer rates up to 480 Mbps compared to your old USB 1.0 card reader (up to 12 Mbps) and it will be infinitely faster than the transfer rates you get from your camera. Just pop the card out of your camera and let the Griffin reader do the work – much faster.

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Griffin iTrip Auto FM Transmitter for iPod

Posted in Accessories,FM Transmitters,Griffin by Quagmire on December 14th, 2006

iTrip AutoThe iTrip Auto from Griffin Technology is a combination FM transmitter and integrated charger for your iPod.

The iTrip Auto is designed specifically for use in the car to listen to your iPod and act as a charger. The iTrip transmits on frequencies 88.1 -107.9MHz, which can be controlled manually with a toggle switch on the side of the device. The speaker volume is controlled using the car stereo controls, without having to adjust the iPod’s volume level.

The device features a large backlit LCD screen for easy station selection and also displays the frequency that you want to transmit on.

The iTrip Auto comes in both white and black and will accommodate every dock connector iPod, iPod nano, and 5th Generation iPods with video. The iTrip Auto is available now for $69.99.