Griffin Intros the Power Dock Pro at CES 2015

Griffin Technology is known for creating gadgets that us tech geeks would drool over. Especially this Power Dock Pro. Most of us Tech Geeks all have a ton of tablets, smartphones and other devices that need to be charged everyday, and the Power Dock Pro looks to be the perfect product for us. This is an update to their Power Dock 5, it's been redesigned with a new sleek look and enhanced features. According to Griffin, "with five charging bays that offer a full 12 watts of charging for any iOS or Android device". Which means you should be able to charge all your devices quickly and with ease. The Power Dock Pro 2015 isn't the only thing Griffin has to announce today.

We also have the Power Block 3, which is essentially a wall plug with 3 USB ports, so you are able to connect all of your devices at once. With foldable prongs, it makes it great for traveling. There's also the Powerblock Wall Dock. Which "acts as a base to prop up and hold a device while keeping the touchscreen visible". It's a pretty neat product as well. Finally we have the Powerjolt Premium. Which is basically a car charger but also "sports a low profile plug for the car's 12 volt accessory outlet and a hefty 12 watts of power to charge iOS devices quickly and safely".

So what about pricing and availability? The Power Dock Pro will be available this fall for $129.99. While the Power Block 3 is going to set you back about $39.99 when it launches in the summer. Next up is the Powerblock Wall Dock, which will cost $34.99 and be available this fall as well. Finally the PowerJolt Premium will be available this fall for $24.99.

For those that are in Las Vegas for the Consumers Electronics Show, make sure you stop by Griffin Technology's booth and check out all of their new products that have been announced today. They've got some great goodies.

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