Griffin's new Survivor Power Bank is the company's toughest and most durable portable backup battery pack capable of charging both smartphones and tablets using its internal 10,050 mAh capacity, which can recharge devices such as the iPhone 6s Plus up to three times - while nearly fully charging much larger devices such as the iPad Pro back up to 95%. The Survivor Power Bank features a built-in LED emergency flashlight, and a resilient hard polycarbonate and rubber design that meets military standards for drop, impact, water and dust protection. While it only has a single USB charging port, the Survivor Power Bank is relatively affordable and unlike your smartphone, it's guaranteed by Griffin for life.
Griffin's new Survivor Tactical case for the Apple Watch uses as many as three layers of protection to ensure you won't damage your lovely Apple wearable when participating in rigorous outdoor and indoor activities. The case includes a built-in screen shield and co-molded polycarbonate and shock-absorbing TPE rubber help deflect scratches and hard impacts.Read More
Who would have though that heavy chunks of real train rails would make one of the most amazing pieces of tablet stands imaginable. Griffin has collaborated with Rail Yard Studios to create one-of-a-kind, hand-made gritty tablet stands, each costing $130 and artistically fashioned out of reclaimed decommissioned rail stock and railroad spikes forged out of steel. The Rail Artifact Stand is made up from two railroad spikes welded to a flat tie plate once used to hold down parts of the rail creating an angled back support for virtually any tablet. The less grungy-looking Rail Slice Stand is a solid slice of a 12-inch wide railroad rail weighing a hefty 11 pounds, and features a CNC-milled cavity for your tablet's charging cable connector. Both stands were made to hold full-sized and small tablets in either portrait or landscape orientations.
Oooooo shiny! If you're like us, you probably love streamlined gadgets that are machined from metal, have some form of lighting and are designed to sit atop of your desk while you fondle them. That is exactly the sole purpose of Griffin's newly revamped PowerMate. Griffin's iconic multi-function controller knob, which was first introduced back in 2001 and has since made cameos in numerous futuristic blockbuster movies due to its timeless design - is now even sleeker and more beautiful than ever. The newly redesigned PowerMate Bluetooth is an even more stylish multi-funtion power tool for the novice and pro computer user. It's also now fully wireless thanks to buil-in Bluetooth connectivity, hence its name.
Described as a clickable knob by perphase everyone that comes in contact with it, the PowerMate Blueooth can be programmed to execute a wide array of key commands in virtually any application. Users can streamline routine tasks such as editing home movies like a pro, scrolling through long documents, or creating audio masterpieces.
Remember the EscapeCapsul waterproof case by a company called Catalyst we reported about long ago? Probably not. Well, as it turns out Griffin decided against developing its own in-house waterproof case, that it would be a fun time joining forces with Catalyst to introduce a new waterproof Survivor case for the iPhone 5. Like the iPhone 4 version, Griffin's Survivor + Catalyst waterproof case is unique thanks to its translucent design and colorful elements. We're big fans of the standard Survivor case for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch so naturally we're excited to see Griffin introduce a co-developed and fully functional waterproof iPhone 5 case that promises to be the easiest to use and submersible down to 10 feet - yet good enough to be used as a daily driver.
Griffin's tough, drop and water-protective Survivor waterproof case for the iPhone 5 features shock-absorbing interior TPU bumpers, a rigid clear polycarbonate shell and it also includes a wrist lanyard. It'll come in four colors for $80 when it becomes available at the end of January.
If keeping your iPad mini protected at all costs is a number one priority on your list, then why not let Griffin and Ballistic show you what their latest cases have to offer. First on the list is Ballistic's pricy $60 Ballistic Tough Jacket Series case that features three layers of protection that includes extremely reinforced corners, a layer of silicone interior that helps absorb shock, a layer of impact-resistant hard plastic and a third shock absorbing polymer layer. It also comes with a removable hard plastic snap-on kickstand that can be snapped to the back of the case. Available in black, pink and white.
The Survivor case by Griffin on the other hand is one of our favorite rugged, military-duty cases made for Apple devices. The Survivor case for the iPad mini continues the turtle shell-like armored design that features a sealed built-in screen protector, shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame with thick silicone cladding that'll insure that your iPad mini is protected against drops, shock and impacts. Unlike the Ballistic Tough Jacket case, the Survivor's iconic integrated port covers provide a tight seal against rain, sand and dust to meet military standards. Griffin's iPad mini Survivor case will also set you back $60, but we think it's the better buy out of the two, respectively. Available only in black at this time.
Griffin's Kazoo and Animal Parade cases for the iPhone 5 are undoubtedly one of the most outrageously fun-tastic! cases you can find for the kid in you. Because we're pretty sure you wouldn't buy your own little child an iPhone 5 now would you. So these must be for the young, the very young at heart. Or then again, for your iPhone 5 wielding 5 year old. Both the $25 Kazoo and $20 Animal Parade series of iPhone 5 cases are made from durable, soft silicone and will provide scratch and knock protection.