In addition to its brand-new asking for accessories, Griffin at CES 2015 also presented a new line of cord planners for the residence, office or in-car usage. The launch lineup includes the Guide, Sleeve, Wall mount and Clip with added items prepared for 2015.

Designed for desktop computer usage, the Guide showcases 3 magnetic wire holders that affix to a steel base. The 3 cord holders enable you to organize various sized cable televisions in orientations suitable for your desktop requires. The $$ 29.99 Quick guide will certainly be available in a variety of material alternatives starting in Q2 2015.

The Sleeve is an additional desktop computer device made to hide the mess of multiple cable televisions and avoid them from knotting. As its name indicates, the Sleeve is a braided, scrape immune sleeve that fits over your cords and self-closes to keep them together. The Sleeve will certainly be readily available beginning in February 2015 in three length alternatives, including 1-foot, 1.5-foot and 2-foot lengths. Rates starts at $$

7.99. For the car, Griffin is matching its Costs Flat AUX Cable television and PowerJolt SE charger with its brand-new Clip owner. The Clip is a flexible silicone holder with slot for both a Lightning port charge cord and an AUX audio cable television. The Clip is developed to hold the pair in a positioning that permits you to plug both cables right into your iPhone simultaneously. Compatible with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the brand-new Car Connections Stuff showcasing Clip ($$ 39.99) will certainly be available in February 2015.

Lastly, Griffin additionally introduced the new Wall mount, a car install made to hold audio and asking for cords that are not being used, keeping them off the flooring and making them quickly obtainable. The install attaches to the automobile’s heating vent and features 3 shaped slots for cables. The $$ 4.99 Hanger will certainly be available beginning February 2015.

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