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griffin technology's second-gen ipod shuffle dock adaptor

CES 2007 It is, in a word, genius, and will come as a godsend to anyone who owns a second-generation iPod Shuffle. Yes, it's a universal dock adaptor. The $20 part slots into any modern Apple or third-party dock in place of all the other iPod-specific adaptors, linking the standard dock connector to the 2G Shuffle's unique 3.5mm earphone-and-dock pin. It also means the new Shuffle will now work with a host of accessories designed for other iPod models. As we say, genius. ®

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