Griffin Technology (http://www.griffintechnology.com) has unveiled their next series of devices for iPad: CinemaSeat, Stylus; and new cases: Reveal, Elan Form Graphite, and Outfit. These new accessories cleverly blend form and function for a wide range of uses.
The US$39.99 CinemaSeat (pictured) turns the iPad into an in-car entertainment system. This automobile solution holds iPad in a padded frame that gives easy access to controls and ports.
The Stylus for iPad ($19.99) gives users more control to write, sketch, tap, and drag on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or other touchscreen devices. It’s a balanced pointer with a soft rubber tip, custom designed to mimic a finger.
The $49.99 Reveal case protects the back of the iPad with a clear plate of durable polycarbonate. Around the edges, inside and out, Reveal hugs iPad with a one-piece wraparound rubber cushion.
The $49.99 Elan Form, Griffin’s signature premium case, is two layers of protection for iPad in a slim design. A woven-look synthetic outer layer is bonded to an impact-resistant inner shell that snaps snug around the Apple tablet.
Outfit is a slim shell that snaps on and stays put, the surrounding iPad in polycarbonate to protect against dings and dents. It’s $34.99 for the clear and smoke versions, and $39.99 for the blue and purple models.