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Griffin Technology (www.griffintechnology.com) has announced its charge/sync cables featuring Apple’s new Lightning Connector.
Griffin’s new cables with Lightning Connector are charging solutions that are built to resist kinks and tangles. The cables work 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 fourth generation), iPod touch (fifth generation), and iPod nano (seventh generation).
Designed for use in the car, the four-foot coiled USB to Lightning Cable (US$24.99) is designed to save space and eliminate tangles. With Griffin’s new three-meter USB to Lightning Cable ($29.990 users can charge and sync new Lightning devices from just about anywhere in the room. Almost 10 feet long, it'sis built to handle the power needs of Lightning devices. The cable jacket protects wire cores and resists kinks and tangles.
You can connect new iOS devices with Griffin’s two-foot USB to Lightning Cable, ($16.99) and three-foot USB to Lightning Cable ($18.99). The three-foot cable can be used as an extra charging cable to keep in the car, at the office, or anywhere. The two-foot cable is designed as a travel accessory for those looking to pack light.