Griffin Technology Unveils AirCurve and Clarifi For iPhone

Griffin Technology unveiled new accessories for iPhone at Apple Expo Paris: the AirCurve, a new acoustic amplifier dock and Clarifi a protective case for iPhone that features a built-in lens for close-up photography.

The new dock amplifies and projects the iPhone’s sound without speakers or the use of electricity. It works with batteries or ability adapter and you can even charge or sync your phone while it’s on the dock.

"AirCurve and Clarifi build on Griffin's line of revolutionary, unique accessories for iPhone and iPhone 3G," said Paul Griffin, founder of Griffin Technology. "AirCurve is the perfect addition to an iPhone user's home, allowing them to listen to their music on the iPhone without powered speakers or earphones. And with Clarifi, iPhone lovers can now enjoy their iPhone camera with more close-up detail."

AirCurve also includes a pass-through slot allowing you to charge and sync your iPhone using a Griffin Dock Connector Cable (available separately).

Clarifi has a "close-up lens," which supposedly gives your iPhone 3G the ability to take remarkably detailed macro shots with even "more accurate colors."

Clarifi’s case design allows for complete access to power switch, headphone jack, volume controls and touchscreen. It features Griffin’s EasyDock design—simply slip off the case bottom to charge and sync, with no need to remove your iPhone from its case.

Griffin's AirCurve, $19.99, and Clarifi, $34.99, will be available in October at major retailers and on Griffin's website.

Griffin Technology began designing and manufacturing technical solutions with an innovative flair in 1992.

Today, Griffin designs, manufactures and delivers useful and fun solutions for digital entertainment and personal computing to people in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, through major retailers and online.

Refernces:

http://www.griffintechnology.com/press/releases/59

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