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Griffin RoadDock straps Sony PSP to car seat

Make car journeys like long-haul flights

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Want to give your kids and other car passengers that airline TV-in-the-back-of-the-seat experience on long journeys? Thanks to Griffin Technology, you'll soon be able to do just that. The company will next month ship RoadDock, a rig for attaching a Sony PlayStation Portable to the back of a car seat.

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The $39 accessory provides a 2in-wide elasticated band to strap the dock to the seat. Fitted to the strap is a docking unit for the PSP that allows the handheld console to be rotated through 360° and tilted for the best view.

Alas, the unit doesn't appear to include a power connector - though you probably don't want wires strewn about the cabin - so you're still reliant on the PSP's battery to keep the wee ones distracted through the journey.

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The RoadDock is set to ship next month, but Griffin is already taking orders at its website. ®

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