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Griffin TuneFlex gets gratis cassette adaptor

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Accessory specialist Griffin Technology today said it will bundle a cassette adaptor with its TuneFlex articulated iPod Nano automobile mount to save buyers from being forced to fork out for one separately.

The TuneFlex remains a handy way of using a Nano in a car. The mount plugs into a cigarette lighter socket for power and its posable shaft allows you to position your Nano for optimum access and readability. The unit connects to the music player through the iPod's dock connector. TuneFlex has a dock port of its own, allowing you to connect up other add-ons.

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TuneFlex also has a 3.5mm earphone socket to link the player up to a car stereo's line-in ports if it has them or to the jack on a cassette adaptor.

Griffin said the new TuneFlex bundle cost $50 from its online store at www.griffintechnology.com. ®

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