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Griffin updates accessories for iPhone 3G


Griffin Technology has announced several new accessories updated for the iPhone 3G. The WindowSeat automobile mount for iPhone and iPod touch now ships with a cradle for the iPhone 3G as well, while retaining its $30 price. The Reflect case for iPhone 3G is a polycarbonate shell with a reflective finish on the front edges and a matte black rubberized back, offering open access to all ports and controls. It includes a static-peel screen protector and cleaning cloth, and sells for $25. Griffin’s iClear for iPhone 3G is a clear polycarbonate snap-together case offering full access to all ports and controls and an included screen protector and cleaning cloth. It will be available for $20 for the case only, or in a package with a belt clip and armband for $30. The Streamline for iPhone 3G is a one-piece armband offering a clear, built-in full-face screen protector that allows for full control of the device, reflective trim for enhanced nighttime visibility, and a washable, breathable, two-way adjustable band. It sells for $20. Finally, the company has announced that its Wave case for iPhone 3G is now available in multi-color two-packs. Packs include green & black, pink & blue, pink & white, and blue & white, and sell for $35 each.

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All I want is a good Moulded Flat-mount Car Cradle and a Reliable Car Charger with Noise-Free Aux-Out and a Remote Control D-Pad.

Posted by Dan Woods on September 10, 2008 at 4:30 AM (CDT)


Yes, why is it so hard to get a decent iPhone 3G car cradle? There are a few that attach to the windscreen, but these are no good as they obstruct the view out the front window. No good in my profession (driving instructor), and illegal in some US states, I hear. The best kind of car cradle is the kind that plugs directly into the cigarette lighter and supports your device on a bendy arm that extends from the socket. But nobody makes a decent one for the 3G - so annoying! There are various low quality ones going around, but it would be great if a company that knows what they are doing would get in on the act…

Posted by beev on September 11, 2008 at 1:54 PM (CDT)

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