Griffin unveils FlexGrip, FlexScreen cases
Griffin Technology has introduced its FlexGrip case for the iPod touch and iPod nano (with video), and its FlexScreen case for the nano. The FlexGrip is a two-tone silicone case with a smooth front and a textured, nubby rear surface for added grip. FlexGrip also includes a full-face screen protector (touch) or screen and Click Wheel protectors (nano). FlexScreen is a two-piece case comprised of a clear silicone case featuring the same textured back as the FlexGrip and a clear hard polycarbonate face shield. Both the FlexGrip and FlexScreen offer full access to the touch’s or nano’s Dock Connector, headphone jack, and hold switch (nano). In addition to the cases, Griffin has also introduced its Screen Care Kit for iPod touch, which includes five static peel screen protectors and lint-free cleaning cloth. The Griffin FlexGrip for iPod touch and iPod nano, FlexScreen for iPod nano, and Screen Care Kit for iPod touch are all available now and sell for $15 each. For more information on the FlexGrip or FlexScreen, check out our full-length review.
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