Griffin Press Room
Griffin Announces TuneFlex for iPod nano
SAN FRANCISCO, CA Tuesday, January 9, 2006
Griffin Technology Inc., creator of all things iPod, today announced TuneFlex for iPod nano, a dock and charger designed with automobile convenience in mind. TuneFlex's flexible steel neck adjusts to any angle, and its cradle grips your nano and rotates to stay upright and easily readable in any position.
TuneFlex plugs into your car's 12 Volt accessory outlet (remember when they were called "cigarette lighters"?) to power and charge your iPod. The light at the base of TuneFlex's neck shows power status. TuneFlex's charging circuitry is even equipped with a fuse to keep your iPod safe and your mind at ease.
TuneFlex is flexible at getting tunes to your audio system, too, with these options: A built-in 1/8" stereo line-out audio jack lets you attach cassette adapters or cables from your nano to your stereo. But TuneFlex also includes a pass-through dock connector that lets you use digital devices, such as Griffin's iTrip FM transmitter, AirClick remote, SmartDeck cassette adapter, or others. A low-high audio output switch ensures sound without distortion.
Pricing & Availability
The Griffin TuneFlex is priced at $39.99 and is available at www.griffintechnology.com and most major retailers where iPod accessories are sold.
About Griffin Technology
Griffin Technology enjoys a longstanding reputation as the creative leader in ingenious peripherals and accessories for iPod Mac and PC. Find out more about Griffin's entire range of products for audio, video, USB, etc., at Griffin's website: www.griffintechnology.com.