Griffin Technology today announced TuneFlex for iPod nano, a dock and charger designed with automobile convenience in mind. TuneFlex’s flexible steel neck adjusts to any angle, and its cradle grips the nano and rotates it to stay upright and easily readable in any position. TuneFlex plugs into a car’s 12 Volt accessory outlet to power and charge the iPod. The light at the base of TuneFlex’s neck shows power status, and the unit’s charging circuitry is equipped with a fuse to keep the iPod safe. TuneFlex also features: a built-in 1/8″ stereo line-out audio jack; a pass-through dock connector that allows the use digital devices, such as Griffin’s iTrip FM transmitter, AirClick remote, SmartDeck cassette adapter, or others; a low-high audio output switch to ensure sound without distortion; and more. The TuneFlex is priced at US$39.99 and it is scheduled to begin shipping in February.