Griffin Technology expands their power lineup with the launch of five new products at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. The lineup includes a five-bay storage and charging system with built-in cord management; a space-saving, travel-friendly wall charger that allows users to charge up to three devices at once; and three convenient chargers for the home and car.
An update to Griffin’s popular PowerDock 5, the new PowerDock Pro has been redesigned with a sleek new look and enhanced features. PowerDock Pro is more powerful than ever, with five charging bays that offer a full 12 watts of charging for any iOS or Android device. Its built-in ChargeSensor circuitry matches and delivers the right rate of charging power to each device for the fastest charge possible. Each charging bay is designed to accommodate any smartphone or tablet without removing its case. And the new built-in cord management system, along with the built-in power supply, eliminates messy cables for clean desktop or tabletop use. Simply lift off the top of PowerDock Pro to reveal hidden cable storage. PowerDock Pro, $129.99, is ideal for multiple-device households and work environments and will be available Fall 2015.
Make sure every device is kept charged at home and on the go with Griffin’s new 3-port wall charger. PowerBlock 3 is the space-saving, energy-saving wall charger that allows charging of three tablets, smartphones, e-readers or wearable devices simultaneously. PowerBlock 3 features Griffin’s ChargeSensor™ technology for optimal charging of a wide range of devices. With its three 10 watt USB ports in a space-saving configuration and folding outlet blades, PowerBlock 3 is a luggage-friendly travel companion that works with any standard 120 to 240 volt AC wall outlet. PowerBlock 3, $39.99, will be available in Summer 2015.
Offering a safe, convenient place to charge an iOS device, PowerBlock Wall Dock acts as a base to prop up and hold a device while keeping the touchscreen visible. PowerBlock Wall Dock features 12 watts of charging power and includes a 4’ long detachable Lightning cable. The cable threads through the bottom of the PowerBlock and locks in place to provide a docking stand for iPhone. When not in use, the Lightning cable rests in the base of the dock for convenient storage. PowerBlock Wall Dock, $34.99, will be available in Fall 2015.
PowerJolt Premium, $29.99, sports a low profile plug for the car’s 12 volt accessory outlet and a hefty 12 watts of power to charge iOS devices quickly and safely. The extra-long 4’ cable is covered in a braided nylon jacket to prevent tangles and its Lightning connector is reinforced with a durable aluminum housing to ensure long life under daily use. PowerJolt Premium is also available in a detachable power cable option for $34.99. Both products will be available in Fall 2015.