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Griffin iTrip brings Apple devices to your car stereo

by TechnoBuffalo Team | October 9, 2015October 9, 2015 1:20 pm EST


It usually takes automakers a while to catch up with innovation – so we assume that’s why so many cars and trucks and their on-board stereos STILL don’t have direct plug-ins for iPhones and other mobile devices. Too often, you’re stuck driving with no USB ports or Bluetooth, just one lonely auxillary input to go along with the typical AM/FM wasteland.

Time to reclaim control…hack your car stereo and play and control all the music on your Apple devices with Griffin’s cool little iTrip AUX connector, now at the discounted price of just $39.99.

The iTrip handles 2.4-Amp charging, line-out audio, and remote control functions all at once for any Lightning-connected iPad, iPhone, or iPod. Just plug the unit into your car or truck’s cigarette lighter and its single 40” cable into your stereo’s AUX-in port and you’re in business.  The three-button remote also gives you full control over your music without having to mess with your phone while driving.

Right now, the iTrip is 20% off and available in the TechnoBuffalo Deals Store.

And while you’re shopping, double-down on your car charging needs by throwing in the ChargeIt! Dual-Output Car Charger, right now at 36% off its regular price.  

The super-speedy ChargeIt! will juice up two mobile devices at once with twin USB ports, making it the perfect auto travel accessory for your glove box or center console.  You can also choose between two iTrip variants: one with a micro USB cable, another with a Lightning cable.  Grab one of these to round out your car charging options for only $22.95.

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