Griffin has expanded its range of products which were on show at the recent International Consumer Electronics Show.
Griffin is a well-known name in technology circles and we’ve already seen the company offering smartphone, tablet and laptop accessories.
At CES in Las Vegas, Griffin unveiled a Bluetooth amplifier, a number of charging solutions, cable organisers and in-car products.
TWENTY BLUETOOTH AMPLIFIER
The Twenty can turn a conventional stereo speaker system into a Bluetooth-enabled solution.
This offers the convenience of being able to stream your music wirelessly to your system from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
It has 20 watts per channels (which is why it’s called Twenty) and is ideal for the discerning listener who wants to build their own audio system and enable Bluetooth connectivity with the Griffin device.
PowerDock Pro is the top of the line charging product from Griffin and can charge five devices at once without having a mess of cables.
Each charging bay offers up to 12 watts of power to handle any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.
The Powerblock Wall Dock provides a base to prop up and hold the device while keeping the touchscreen visible.
Powerblock 3 is a handy space-saving wall charger with three USB slots to charge tablets, smartphones, e-readers and wearables.
Cables, there is no avoiding them, but Griffin has provided a few ways to organise them a lot better.
Guide is an organiser which includes three moveable magnetic pieces to direct the cables on your desktop.
Hanger is a car cable organiser that can keep AUX audio cables and power cables of the floor and within easy reach. It is made from moulded silicone and slides securely into the air-conditioning vent.
Sleeve can eliminate the visual clutter of messy cables and organise then out of site thanks to the braided plastic sleeve that closes around your cables. It will be available in three lengths starting – 30cm, 45cm and 60cm.
iTRIP AUX COLLECTION
iTrip AUX Bluetooth adds Bluetooth to any AUX-equipped car stereo so you can not only stream your music through the car’s speakers but also answer calls handsfree through the in-car audio system as well.
iTrip AUX AutoPilot has an all-in-one design that is a charger for iOS devices. As it charges through the Lightning cable it can also take the high quality audio output and play it through the car stereo.
And the music can be controlled through the iTrip plug which means you don’t need to touch your smartphone behind the wheel.
Australian pricing will be determined when the products are released in the coming months.