Griffin Debuts PowerDock 5, PowerBlock, PowerJolt Accessories

Posted January 6, 2013 at 7:57pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 7932 views

Griffin has debuted new charging accessories including the PowerDock 5 to charge up to 5 devices at once, and the PowerBlock and PowerJolt Universal chargers.



PowerDock 5
PowerDock 5 is the ultimate space-saving, countertop charging and storage solution for up to 5 iPads. Designed for convenience and efficiency, PowerDock 5 contains five charging bays large enough to accommodate an iPad encased in even the largest of cases, including Griffin's own Survivor case. When not in use, PowerDock 5 keeps all the users' device cables tucked away and organized, ready for use at any time.

PowerDock 5, $99.99, is ideal for multiple-iPad households and work environments and will be available Spring 2013.


ChargeSensor
All mobile devices have specific charging profiles that dictate how much, and how quickly, they can charge. Most chargers are designed with a one-size-fits-all approach which typically does not support the requirements of each individual device. Griffin's new ChargeSensor technology senses the requirements of any device plugged into it, providing optimal charging for all USB-chargeable devices. Griffin introduces two new power solutions for Apple, Samsung, Android and Kindle devices, complete with Charge Sensor technology: PowerBlock Universal and PowerJolt Universal.

● PowerBlock Universal with ChargeSensor features a low profile design for plugging into power strips and plugs. Plugged into any AC power source from 100 to 240 volts, PowerBlock converts it to safe, efficient 10 watt charging for smartphones, tablets, and e-readers.

● PowerJolt Universal with ChargeSensor sports a low profile plug for the car's 12 volt accessory outlet and a powerful 10 watt charging circuit to charge mobile devices quickly and safely. An LED power indicator glows to signal that the device is ready to charge, and its internal SmartFuse protects against power fluctuations as it charges with a built-in circuit breaker, and no fuses to replace.

Griffin's new ChargeSensor PowerBlock, $29.99, and PowerJolt, $24.99, will be available Spring 2013.


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Great - January 7, 2013 at 4:09am
Sounds great but the new iPad is a 12 watt charge. This is only a 10 watt. Already out dated and it hasn't been released yet
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