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Griffin intros TuneFlex for iPod nano

imageGriffin Technology today announced the TuneFlex, a car dock and charger for the iPod nano. The TuneFlex features a flexible steel neck and rotating cradle, and plugs into your car’s 12-volt accessory outlet to power and charge your iPod. It also sports a 1/8” stereo line-out jack for cassette adapters or audio cables, a blue power status light, a low-high audio output switch, and a pass-through dock connector for use with accessories like Griffin’s iTrip FM transmitter. The TuneFlex is available now for $40.

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I think the iTrip was a bad example, since the nano’s iTrip actually becomes part of the iPod unit…and it doesn’t have a passthrough dock port (does it?).  I guess the other one would work…but…doesn’t that one have a power source?

However, this is what I have been looking for to use with SmartDeck.  Too bad it’s not available for the 5G.

Posted by Gordy. on January 10, 2006 at 7:59 AM (CST)


Hey Gordy, I’m with you… hope they release a 5g model.

Posted by 3rdEye on January 10, 2006 at 8:46 AM (CST)


Please release fore 4G and 5G!  This is exactly what I need!

Posted by Ace on January 10, 2006 at 4:47 PM (CST)

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