Griffin Continues Release of New Cases for iPhone 4

Macworld Australia Staff
18 August, 2010
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Nashville, TN — August 17, 2010 — Griffin Technology Inc., maker of ingenious ways to power, play, protect, and connect, today continued their announcement of new case families for iPhone 4. Included in the announcement is the new Elan Frame, as well as new additions to Griffin’s popular FlexGrip and AeroSport brands.

Elan Frame

Elan Frame is Griffin’s classic Elan Form case in a new backless design. Elan Frame surrounds iPhone 4 in a thin but tough ring of impact-resistant polycarbonate with a bonded synthetic outer layer. The case frames iPhone 4, elevating the front and back off surfaces while protecting the edges and allowing full access to ports and controls. Elan Frame is now available in Black and Platinum leather and Graphite finishes.

FlexGrip

FlexGrip wraps iPhone 4 in a durable, tear-resistant TPU, for a case that is both soft to the touch and easy to grip. The slim design provides total protection, while allowing full access to Multi-Touch display, controls, and ports. FlexGrip is now available in Black and Clear, with Blue and Pink colors coming soon.

AeroSport

All-day comfort and a lightweight, one-piece construction make AeroSport the ultimate active-use armband for athletes of every stripe. The lycra core is flexible and extremely light, for amazing comfort. The band is cut wide to stay put without over-tightening. Fit AeroSport to your arm and slide your iPhone into place; you retain complete access to the Multi-Touch display and headphone jack,and your iPhone is protected from sweaty fingerprints, dust, and dings. AeroSport features a hidden pocket that holds a house, room, or locker key.

Pricing and Availability

Elan Frame, FlexGrip, and AeroSport for iPhone 4 are now available at major retailers everywhere, and online at www.griffintechnology.com.
Elan Frame, Black: $29.99
Elan Frame, Platinum: $34.99
Elan Frame Graphite: $34.99
FlexGrip: $19.99
AeroSport: $29.99

About Griffin Technology

Founded on Paul Griffin’s kitchen table in 1992, Griffin Technology Inc., is today one of the world’s foremost creators of accessories for home, mobile, and personal technology. Unique products such as iTrip®, PowerMate™, iFM™, iMic™, and Evolve™ have broken new ground in consumer electronics and created loyal fans the world over. Today, Griffin products are conceived, designed, and developed in-house and continue to push the envelope of the industry they helped create. Learn more about Griffin’s entire range of ingenious designs at www.griffintechnology.com.

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