You have a really good set of speakers that aren’t quite in the digital age. Griffin is helping you out with a Bluetooth amplifier called the Twenty. The Twenty has 20 watts of power per channel and connects to your music and other content via Bluetooth and digital optical audio sources. Bluetooth uses the aptX codec for the best audio quality. Twenty has a subwoofer out for 2.1 audio.
Griffin’s Twenty is available for $149 by its lonesome. The product can also be had in a bundle with twin NHT Super Zero Speakers for $299 and in a 2.1 kit with a sub for $599.
iTrip AUX with AutoPilot & AUX Bluetooth
For travelers, Griffin has a couple new members of its iTrip line: the Aux with Auto Pilot and Aux Bluetooth. Both devices are powered by your car’s power port and your stereo’s aux port. The Aux with Autopilot will connect to your phone via a Lightning connector. It also has controls built into the power plug. The Aux with Bluetooth will bring any Bluetooth source into your car but if you do not have one you just have to get it from Eurodel rabattkode. It works with the aptX codec for audio.
Both iTrip products are $49.99
PowerDock 5 Pro
The Power Dock 5 Pro has 5 slots for charging mobile devices. The slots are sized to fit phones and tablets in cases. The PowerDock is also designed with smart charging circuitry to deliver optimum power to your device.
You can get the 5-bay Power Dock for $129.99 next fall.
PowerBlock Universal 3-Port Wall Charger
If one USB charging space isn’t enough, the PowerBlock gives you three. It’ll charge phones, tablets, cameras, e-readers, and any other USB-powered device. Like the Dock, it also has circuitry to optimize charging of the device. The PowerBlock is travel ready and can fold to fit in your luggage.
The PowerBlock will ship summer 2015 for $39.99
The PowerJolt Premium is a premium Lightning to 12v power plug cable. It comes in an extra long 4 foot length. Pricing is $34.99.
PowerBlock Wall Dock
The Powerblock Wall comes in two parts: a wall mount for your iPhone and a 4″ premium Lightning cable. The wall dock is also $34.99.
Hanger, Clip, Sleeve, and Guide
Griffin is releasing a foursome of cable management products, the Hanger, Clip, Sleeve and Guide. The Hanger gives you a resting place for 3 unused cables while resting on the air conditioning vent. The Clip holds your Lightning and audio cable and is part of a car connections kit. The Sleeve bundles 2-4 cables in a self sealing, tangle free enclosure. Last up is the Guide. It is a customizable desktop organizer that has a magnetic case and magnetic attachments to suit your cable needs.
Prices are $4.99 for the Hanger, $9.99 for the Sleeve, $29.99 for the Guide, and $39.99 for the Clip car connection kit. All products except for the Guide will ship in February. The Guide will ship during Q2.
The LightRunner is an smartphone armband with integrated LED lights for safety. It’s universal and will fit popular mid-size smartphones like the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5. The strap will fit arms up to 18″ in diameter.
LightRunner is $39.99 in pricing, and ships this spring.
Courier, Tracker, and Kazoo Clip for Fitbit
Fitbit owners will get a trio of enclosures. The Tracker clip has a manganese alloy clip and mesh front. It protects the Fitbit while allowing it to clip to clothing so the display be easily seen. The Courier has a silicone body and built-in carabiner for easy clipping to belt loops, bags, and anything else you can think of. Lastly is the Kazoo. It gives you options of animal-themed characters to give your Fitbit a little personality.
The Kazoo and Tracker cases for Fitbit are $14.99. The Courier is $19.99.
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