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Best Galaxy S5 cases: Treat your new Samsung phone

Best Galaxy S5 cases: Treat your new Samsung phone

By 11 April 2014

Samsung latest flagship - the Galaxy S5 - packs in some great features including a 16-megapixel camera, fingerprint sensor and a 5.2-inch display. With the device set to hit shops on 11 April, we have rounded up some of the best cases available from... >>

Hands-on: Griffin Moto TC Rally review

Hands-on: Griffin Moto TC Rally review

By 9 January 2014

Remote controlled cars that you don't control via your mobile phone are so yesterday, well that's seemingly what Griffin thinks, launching a Bluetooth RC that you control via your iPhone or iPod touch. Called Moto TC Rally, the $99 RC connects to your... >>

Griffin introduces wireless PowerMate Bluetooth, streamlining routine tasks

Griffin introduces wireless PowerMate Bluetooth, streamlining routine tasks

By 5 January 2014

Griffin has announced the PowerMate Bluetooth, a wireless version of its PowerMate accessory that can execute key commands to streamline routine tasks. Now with the Bluetooth version of the PowerMate, you get a more stylish look on your desk instead of... >>

Best iPad Air cases: Treat your new Apple tablet

Best iPad Air cases: Treat your new Apple tablet

By 25 December 2013

If you have your hands on an Apple iPad Air, or are hoping to get your hands on one this Christmas, then you've come to the right place. We've rounded up a few of the cases that piqued our interest so you can make sure your new iPad is fully protected... >>

Griffin's redesigned MultiDock charger is for the gadget-obsessed, one space to charge 10 to 30 devices

Griffin's redesigned MultiDock charger is for the gadget-obsessed, one space to charge 10 to 30 devices

By 5 September 2013

Griffin Technology has just redesigned its MultiDock that charges, stores and syncs multiple mobile devices at once. Griffin said it collaborated with former Apple designer Thomas Meyerhoffer to re-imagine the MultiDock. It's now designed to secure easily... >>

Griffin Vehicle Dock, PowerDock and more land for Droids - arriving for Moto X next month

Griffin Vehicle Dock, PowerDock and more land for Droids - arriving for Moto X next month

By 28 August 2013

As part of its partnership with the Motorola M4DE Program, Griffin Technology on Wednesday introduced a new collection of docks and cases for Moto X, Droid Mini, Droid Maxx and Droid Ultra. First up, there's a new $39.99 Vehicle Dock for Moto X, Droid... >>

Griffin launches PowerDock 5, stores and charges up to five iOS devices at once

Griffin launches PowerDock 5, stores and charges up to five iOS devices at once

By 16 July 2013

Griffin Technology has launched the PowerDock 5, providing both storage and battery charging for up to five iOS devices from one power source simultaneously. Specifically, the PowerDock 5 has five charging bays. The dock can hold iPhones, iPods and iPads... >>

Crayola Light Marker with interactive iPad app pictures and hands-on

Crayola Light Marker with interactive iPad app pictures and hands-on

By 7 January 2013

There are times when we like to release our inner cild. Have an iPad? Then go grab a Crayola Light Marker and pretend it's for the kids. The Light Marker is much like a laser pen that can interact with your iPad, albeit one styled like the classic, fat... >>

Griffin WoodTones over-ear headphones pictures and hands-on

Griffin WoodTones over-ear headphones pictures and hands-on

By 7 January 2013

Headphones needn't be made up of the usual plastic - Griffin's WoodTones are available in beech, sapele and walnut finishes depending on which depth of wood takes your fancy. Pocket-lint cut down the crowds at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in... >>

Griffin PowerDock 5 family iDevice charger

Griffin PowerDock 5 family iDevice charger

By 7 January 2013

From the people who brought you the PowerDock and PowerDock 2 comes, yes, the Griffin PowerDock 5 at CES 2013. As the name suggest, the PowerDock 5 can charge not one but five iOS devices at the very same time. Why is this good? Well, the plan is that... >>


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