Griffin recently unveiled their new iOS device sync cables, which are the first official third-party cables to feature a lightning connector.
This is a good thing. Especially since, they sell longer cables than the standard Apple one. that one is okay for a nightstand, but it’s way too short for most other uses.
Griffin Technology Announces First Charge/Sync Cables with Lightning Connector
Griffin to offer a variety of Lightning cables from 2 feet to 3 meters; coiled and straight, available next week.
Nashville, Tenn. – November 29, 2012 – Griffin Technology, one of the world’s foremost creators of innovations for everyday life, announces the first third party charge/sync cables featuring Apple’s new Lightning Connector.
Griffin’s new cables with Lightning Connector are affordable charging solutions that are built to resist kinks and tangles. The cables work perfectly with Griffin’s family of PowerBlocks and PowerJolts as well as Apple’s USB power adapters, or plug into a computer’s USB to sync with iTunes. The cables offer connectivity to users of all new Apple devices featuring the Lightning Connector, including iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPad (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), and iPod nano (7th generation).
Ideal for use in the car, the 4’ coiled USB to Lightning Cable, $24.99, is designed to save space and eliminate tangles. The durable coiled cable provides additional accessibility and flexibility; perfect for keeping on hand anywhere.
With Griffin’s new 3 meter USB to Lightning Cable, $29.99, users can charge and sync new Lightning devices from just about anywhere in the room. Almost 10 feet long, the 3 meter USB to Lightning Cable is built to handle the power needs of Lightning devices. The durable cable jacket protects wire cores and resists kinks and tangles.
Connect new iOS devices with Griffin’s 2’ USB to Lightning Cable, $16.99, and 3′ USB to Lightning Cable, $18.99. The 3’ cable can be used as an extra charging cable to keep in the car, at the office, or anywhere. The compact and convenient 2’ cable is an ideal travel accessory for those looking to pack light yet efficiently.
Griffin’s new charge/sync Lightning cables will be available for purchase at store.griffintechnology.com/lightning-connector-cables the first week of December 2012.
For more information about Griffin Technology, visit www.griffintechnology.com.