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Griffin shipping TuneFlex AUX for iPod, iPod nano

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By LC Angell

Contributing Editor
Published: Friday, March 16, 2007
News Categories: iPod Accessories

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Griffin Technology has announced that its TuneFlex AUX is now shipping. An updated version of its flexible charging cradle with line-out audio, the TuneFlex AUX includes an audio cable for automobiles with direct line-in ports. The TuneFlex AUX plugs into a car’s 12 Volt accessory (cigarette lighter) outlet to power and charge an iPod while holding it at a convenient position. A pass-through dock connector allows for use with bottom-mounting iPod accessories. The TuneFlex AUX is available in two models—the TuneFlex AUX for full-size iPods and the TuneFlex AUX for the second-generation iPod nano, both priced at $50. See further details and hands-on photos.

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