Griffin AirCurve Amplifier IPhone And IPod Dock Unveiled

Posted: Sep 18 2008, 7:56am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:38am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Griffin Technology unveiled a clever new iPhone and iPod dock dubbed AirCurve.
The AirCurve collects and amplifies the sound from the built-in speaker of the iPhone and projects it into the room, delivering an amplification that sounds like desktop speakers.
A coiled waveguide within AirCurve's base eliminates the need for batteries or power adapters. AirCurve is ideally suited for desktop use, amplifying the sound sufficiently to serve as an alarm clock in the bedroom.
The AirCurve is made of translucent polycarbonate that lets you appreciate the graceful curves within that magnify the sound. AirCurve also includes a pass-through slot allowing you to charge and sync your iPhone using a Griffin Dock Connector Cable, which is available separately.
The Griffin AirCurve will sell for $19.99 starting in October.
Via the AirCurve product page.

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