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Griffin iTrip – (Video Review)

Griffin iTrip Auto – FM Transmitter and Car Charger for iPod (Review)

I just got my iTrip last night, I was very excited to get it hooked up and running. The install was quick and painless using the smartscan.

Mainly I wanted to take advantage of the 3G internet streaming services like Pandora, AOL, FlyCast, etc.

And they all work like a charm. Now with XM getting blanketed with commercials, it’s nice to have a FREE alternative, minus the $70 bucks for the iTrip…

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Get a Grip! FlexGrip for iPods from Griffin

Griffin FlexGrip for iPods

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iPod touch and iPod nano owners will be able to enjoy new offerings from Griffin Technology, with the former getting a FlexGrip case while the latter is blessed with the FlexScreen case. The FlexGrip features a two-tone silicone case with a smooth front as well as a textured, nubby rear surface which provides additional grip, making it perfect for those suffering from sweaty palms. Other features include a full-face screen protector (for the touch) and Click Wheel protectors (for the nano). As for the two-piece FlexScreen, you get a clear silicone case featuring the same textured back as the FlexGrip and a clear hard polycarbonate face shield. You won’t find all the relevant jacks blocked by either product, as Griffin are old hands at iPod accessories. Both will retail for $15 a piece.

(Via Ubergizmo.)

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Griffin’s ClearBoost iPhone antenna booster Or the GCiAB

Griffin’s ClearBoost iPhone antenna booster hits the scene

Griffin‘s antenna-stub sporting ClearBoost case for the iPhone just hit the streets, and opinions are already pouring in. The case involves the antenna, a bumper and a screen protector, and while the resulting combination is not much for loooks, iLounge found it to improve performance in certain situations. Apparently in very low coverage areas the ClearBoost isn’t much help, but in wonky two or three bar situations ClearBoost added one or two bars. Sounds like a win to us, but you’re going to have to have some serious need of signal to sacrifice iPhone aesthetics this totally.

[Via iLounge]

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