Company Overview of Griffin Technology, Inc.
Griffin Technology, Inc. designs, manufactures, and delivers accessories for personal computing and digital media markets worldwide. It offers applications, AV products, and cases and covers; and in-car, power, and desktop solutions for digital media players, computers, TVs, and home and car stereos. The company offers its products through retailers and online in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Griffin Technology, Inc. was founded in 1992 and is based in Nashville, Tennessee.
2030 Lindell Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
Founded in 1992
Key Executives for Griffin Technology, Inc.
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Griffin Technology, Inc. Key Developments
Griffin Technology Introduces Wired Keyboard for iOS Devices
May 13 14
Griffin Technology introduced the Wired Keyboard for iOS Devices. Featuring the familiar layout and feel of a full-size keyboard, Griffin’s Wired Keyboard offers full iOS key functions and tactile feedback with the added advantage of a cord that makes connection quick and easy in any setting. The Wired Keyboard is offered in 30-pin or Lightning versions and is the perfect hassle-free, secure solution for students, teachers and professionals. Users simply connect the keyboard to their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, and instantly their devices get the full-featured keyboard they crave. Created specifically with school environments in mind, the Wired Keyboard helps instructors avoid challenges that inevitably occur when pairing several iPads with several Bluetooth keyboards. Since there is never a need to change batteries, recharge the keyboard or go through a Bluetooth pairing process, teachers can focus on lessons rather than spending time troubleshooting connection issues. The one-meter cord allows users enough length to set up their workspaces comfortably and provides the security of a direct-wired connection. The Wired Keyboard is offered in both 30-pin and Lightning versions so it can be used with any iOS device.
Griffin Technology Announces Two New Products for the Mobile Musician
Jan 5 14
Griffin Technology announced that it is offering two new products for the mobile musician at CES 2014, held January 7-10, 2014 in Las Vegas. Griffin, having recently expanded its offerings for musicians and announced a deal with music distribution giant Hal Leonard, now showcases StudioConnect HD and Guitar Sidekick, two products that tap into the power of Apple’s iOS and Mac OS X platforms to help enhance musical creativity. StudioConnect HD, $199.99, is an all-in-one, high definition audio interface for multi-track recording, the only device of its kind that records multiple tracks simultaneously to iOS or Mac OS X. Constructed of rugged, weighted metal, StudioConnect HD also serves as a stable charging platform. StudioConnect HD is compatible with both Lightning and 30-pin iPad models and includes a Type A USB cable for connecting to a computer running Mac OS X. Designed by pro audio engineers for serious musicians and producers, StudioConnect HD provides great sounding plug-and-play convenience for microphones, guitars, basses and keyboards in one compact device. Features include: Two ¼”/XLR combo inputs with individual Gain control, Pad switch, 48v Phantom Power and Signal/Clip LED indicator USB MIDI and 5-pin MIDI support, TRS 1/4” balanced out for monitors, Dedicated Monitor and Headphones volume controls, Compatibility with iOS (30 pin & Lightning) and OS X (USB), Conveniently holds and charges iPad. Griffin is also introducing the new Guitar Sidekick, $19.99, a clamp that lets guitarists, bassists and other fretted instrument players mount their smartphone or smartphone-sized media players on their instruments. Affixed to the guitar’s headstock at the end of the neck, Guitar Sidekick gives musicians convenient access to music lessons and tutorials, tablature and chord charts, and amazing tools like tuning and recording apps right on their smartphones. The adjustable clamp has no effect on tuning or playability and easily fits in a pocket or case.
Griffin Technology Introduced MOTO TC Rally Touch-Controlled Race Car
Nov 7 13
Griffin Technology introduced the new MOTO TC Rally touch-controlled race car. When paired with the free MOTO TC Rally app, users can drive, maneuver and race using their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. MOTO TC Rally, available now for $99.99, connects to iOS devices via Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE v4.0) and features super quick maneuvering capabilities via proportional steering, impact sensors that detect bumps and crashes changing the way the car handles, a fully independent, shock-absorbing suspension, power rear-wheel drive, and ground effect lighting. Drivers can race one of two ways: 'Race the Clock' either solo or with friends to beat their best time using the included Lap Counter; or 'Bump ‘n Run,’ allowing drivers to dish out virtual damage and earn points for attacks on their opponent’s car. Attacks include reducing an opponent’s speed, tampering with a friend’s controls, and flipping their steering wheel. The more damage a car incurs, the harder it is to drive. The app also includes bonuses to repair damage, add protective armor, and much more.
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