Griffin Technology, Inc. has announced a new device for iPod users, the iTrip. The iTrip is a an iPod add-on device designed for playing iTunes tracks through a car or home stereo. The device is battery independent and features support for the entire FM radio band. According to Griffin Technology:
After this weeks preview at Macworld Expo in San Francisco, Griffin Technology, Inc. officially announces the iTrip, an FM transmitter for the Apple iPod.
Designed specifically for the iPod, iTrip allows users to play the music from their iPod to any FM radio. Users can now enjoy their iPod music collection in their cars or through any home stereo.
The iTrip introduces several unique design innovations and industry firsts. Super compact in size, the iTrip rests atop the iPod and attaches securely to the headphone jack. The iTrip requires no batteries. It draws its minimum power requirements directly from the iPod.
Unlike other FM transmitters, the iTrip is not limited to a few fixed frequencies. Users are able to select stations from the entire FM band for complete flexibility.
You can find more information about the iTrip release at the Griffin Technology, Inc. Web site. iTrip will be available in the Spring for US$35.00.