Griffin Technology Inc. on Wednesday announced the release of its
TuneFlex, a automobile dock and charger for Apple’s iPod nano. The TuneFlex costs US$39.99.
The TuneFlex touts a flexible steel neck so you can point the nano at any angle or elevation. It plugs into your car’s 12 volt accessory outlet or cigarette lighter to power the iPod battery and charge its battery. A light at the TuneFlex neck’s base shows power status.
TuneFlex also features a “pass through” dock connector, so you can attach other devices like Griffin’s iTrip. A stereo line-out jack lets you connect the TuneFlex to cassette adapters or other interface cables. And a low-high audio output switch helps prevent sound distortion.
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