Right now I have an iPod/iPhone dock, a USB hub, and a Media Card Reader sitting on my desk. Apparently, those three things could all be replaced by the Griffin Simplifi.
This is an awesome looking little device. I totally see one of these in my future. I’ll probably wait to see if Griffin has any show specials at Macworld, in January. if you want one of these, you can get it for $69.99 straight from Griffin, or $65.99 from Amazon.
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I’m interested to hear about this. I have had issues with slow syncing when running my iPod through a hub. Curious if the same issue would happen with this space saver.
Ross – That’s interesting. I have my iPod dock connected to a USB hub, which in turn is connected to the back of my Cinema Display, which finally connects to my Macbook Pro. I haven’t had any problem with slow syncs. I’ll write more about the Simplifi if I get it.
I almost ordered one the other day, because this is an all-in-one for things I need cables for. However, there was some griping about the versions shipping online not having iPhone 3G adapters, and Griffin charging $1.99 plus $6.99 shipping to get one, so I’m not only waiting for a deal, but also for the new stock that includes a 3G adapter.