In addition to its new charging accessories, Griffin at CES 2015 also introduced a new line of cable organizers for the home, office or in-car use. The launch lineup includes the Guide, Sleeve, Hanger and Clip with additional products planned for 2015.

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Designed for desktop usage, the Guide features three magnetic cable holders that attach to a steel base. The three cable holders allow you to organize different sized cables in orientations suitable for your desktop needs. The $29.99 Guide will be available in a variety of material options starting in Q2 2015.

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The Sleeve is another desktop accessory designed to hide the clutter of multiple cables and prevent them from tangling. As its name implies, the Sleeve is a braided, abrasion resistant sleeve that fits over your cables and self-closes to keep them together. The Sleeve will be available starting in February 2015 in three length options, including 1-foot, 1.5-foot and 2-foot lengths. Pricing starts at $7.99.

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For the car, Griffin is pairing its Premium Flat AUX Cable and PowerJolt SE charger with its new Clip holder. The Clip is a flexible silicone holder with slot for both a Lightning connector charge cable and an AUX audio cable. The Clip is designed to hold the pair in an orientation that allows you to plug both cables into your iPhone simultaneously. Compatible with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the new Car Connections Pack featuring Clip ($39.99) will be available in February 2015.

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Lastly, Griffin also introduced the new Hanger, a car mount designed to hold audio and charging cables that are not in use, keeping them off the floor and making them easily accessible. The mount attaches to the car's heating vent and features three molded slots for cables. The $4.99 Hanger will be available starting February 2015.

Top Rated Comments

Goftrey Avatar
101 months ago
Nifty little thing.

At $29.99 they're having a laugh though.
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technopimp Avatar
101 months ago
Congratulations: you've invented the Pontiac Aztek.
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JeffyTheQuik Avatar
101 months ago
I want a magnetic Credit Card Holder!

oh... wait... :eek:
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