It’s Apple’s big iPhone announcement today! We’re buzzing with excitement at Griffin HQ. Here are some sites to follow the iPhone news in real time: iLounge Engadget Gizmodo Be the first to know! To be among the first to know about our accessories for the new iPhone sign up. We’ll only email you once with […]
According to Gizmodo, Beacon is the best universal iPhone remote (we think so too). Back in June, Gizmodo wrote a post entitled, Will Griffin’s Beacon iPhone Universal Remote Be the First to Not Suck? Casey Chan wrote that Gizmodo had more faith in us, because we’ve “made excellent Apple accessories over the years. Griffin understands Apple products.” Casey followed […]
There was a post a week ago on Gizmodo entitled, Griffin Makes Non-Apple Cases Too, Y’Know. In it they refer to our Elan Passport folio case for Galaxy Tab. Thanks Gizmodo! On that note, we want to be sure you know about two new mobile-ready devices which are likely compatible with your device. iTrip Universal […]
Mark Wilson from Gizmodo published a post recently featuring 395 Photos That Prove Cellphones Make Great Cameras. The photos are stunning, you should check them out. Here are a few cool ones that folks at Griffin have snapped with their iPhones. You do know we take photos, right? Enter to win Simplifi! Simplifi ($69.99 MSRP) is […]
It’s official, we have the fastest iPad charger according to Matt Buchanan at Gizmodo. We took the four most common ways to charge an iPad: The iPad’s standard 10W charger, Griffin’s PowerBlock iPad charger, the iPhone’s standard power adapter, and via a MacBook Pro’s USB port. We timed how long it took to bring the battery up […]
This was too cool not to share with you. Gizmodo recently ran a Photoshop contest for readers to redesign current tech gadgets as if they were created in 1979. A personal favorite is the iWalkman. Check out the rest of the images at Gizmodo.
There’s an interesting post on Gizmodo about the impending death of the desktop PC. John Herrman writes: Stephen Baker, an analyst for industry watchers NPD, shared with me a wider picture of how retail PC sales break down. The way he put it made measuring the rise and fall of sales percentages seem dumb—there really […]