Giffin Unveils Survivor Play No-Slip Cover for the Siri Remote

Giffin Unveils Survivor Play No-Slip Cover for the Siri Remote

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Griffin Technology has unveiled the first accessory for the new Apple TV's Siri Remote - Survivor Play.

Apple introduced their new Apple TV last week, which will now allow users to interact with App Store games on their TV using the new Siri Remote. Survivor Play was designed with gaming in mind, offering an ergonomic and protective solution for long hours of game play. Survivor Play effortlessly slips on the Siri Remote and can be used at all times for an easier, more comfortable way to hold the remote.

“As our team gathered around to watch Apple’s announcement last week, we immediately knew the new Siri Remote and gaming feature for Apple TV would be a huge hit,” said George Campbell, Senior Designer for Strategic Development at Griffin Technology. “Now that gaming has been added, the Apple remote will work harder than ever and our Survivor Play will be there to further enhance the gaming experience.”

Features:
Survivor Play for Siri Remote lets users get a grip on gaming with its no-slip, impact absorbing silicone that surrounds the remote’s back and edges. It adds extra cushioning on the edges and corners of the Siri Remote and protects the places most likely to be damaged if the remote is dropped. Even if the Siri Remote goes flying across the room from rowdy gaming, Survivor Play is designed to keep it safe when it lands.

The textured silicone and extra thick grips on the back of Survivor Play make it easy and comfortable to hold onto no matter how the Siri Remote is held, or how long it’s used for playing games. Survivor Play also doesn’t get in the way of anything, allowing easy access to Siri Remote’s buttons, touchscreen, mic and Lightning charge port.

Pricing and Availability:
Survivor Play for Siri Remote will be available this fall, starting at $19.99.

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Giffin Unveils Survivor Play No-Slip Cover for the Siri Remote
Drdffcf - September 17, 2015 at 11:47pm
We're are officially doomed...a cover for a remote...wtf
Ren - September 18, 2015 at 1:46am
What's the surprise here? Nintendo had their own cover for their Wii remote since 2006, yet this and theirs look awesome. I don't see what the big deal is here.
Gadgetrevue - September 17, 2015 at 10:00pm
Get ready to Amazon and eBay clones for $0.99. $20 for a piece of silicone? Seriously?!?
Nik - September 17, 2015 at 7:08pm
Giffin? You sure? Almost like a coffin
Wicwbycub - September 17, 2015 at 6:29pm
Well that was quick
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