THE Griffin Technology, well-known manufacturer of quality accessories for iGadgets, announced at CES, an event that takes place in Las Vegas, several interesting new products.
Called Suvivor + Catalyst Waterproof Case, this accessory allows you to take your iPhone 5 for a swim. The result of a partnership between Griffin and Catalyst, it supports dives of up to three meters deep and falls of up to two meters at the same time that the user can access all ports and buttons on the cell phone. It costs $ 80 on the Griffin website. New products from the Survivor line were also presented by there.
Numerous accessories for musicians compatible with the Lightning connector have also been announced. The Mic Stand Mount costs $ 40 and allows you to connect your iPad to any conventional microphone stand. For those who like to record, MicConnect which will only be released in June will allow you to use XLR microphones with iGadgets. In addition, StudioConnect ($ 130), which brings MIDI input and output ports and digital / analogue interfaces to the iPad, will gain its version compatible with the new connector in May this year.
A charging base capable of accommodating up to five devices at a time has also been announced. For $ 100, you take home the PowerDock 5 that features USB ports and batteries that can charge up to five iPads at once, in addition to almost any other device that can be charged via the same interface.
Also very competent to meet the needs of the corporate environment, iPads and iPhones have already invaded most of the offices and many stores / restaurants are already using it to facilitate the daily lives of their employees and customers.
Wanting to head into this segment, Griffin also announced its new line of accessories to transform iPads into points of sale. One of them is Kiosk Retail, costing from US $ 300, which includes a magnetic card reader that supports TDES and DUKPT embedded in a case impact resistant protective cover.
In partnership with ShopKeep POS and POSiOS, the company launched two more products that make the Apple tablet a great ally for salespeople. Communicating with proprietary applications, the iPad becomes an interactive cash register of the 21st century.