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Griffin PowerDock 5 for multi-device charging

by Nicole
January 6, 2013 at 2:43 pm

Griffin offers a mobile docking station that allows simultaneous charging of five devices.

If your house is full of charging plugs and gadgets, Griffin comes with the best solution for you.

The Griffin PowerDock 5 is a dock that lets you simultaneously charge multiple iPads, iPhones and other USB devices.

The dock has USB ports on the sides so you can connect any cables to it.

The product is priced at $ 100 and will go on sale in spring.

A new PowerBlock plug adapter and PowerJolt car charger are also available with Griffin’s ChargeSensor technology.

The car charger detects the energy requirements of the connected device to adjust the power supplied by optimizing each charging process.

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