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    Default Griffin launches iPSP accessories

    Source Engadget

    So Griffin's branching out to making peripherals that aren't for Apple products or based on generic standards, eh? We're down with their new $50 iFM PSP radio tuner / remote, $50 iTrip PSPradio transmitter, and $15 SmartShare PSP headphone splitter, don't get us wrong, but wouldn't it make more sense to call the first two pFM and pTrip, respectively? Just a thought. Do your thing, Griffin, just go ahead.

    http://www.griffintechnology.com/pro...ppsp/index.php

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    the iTrip looks cool and has a decent price I guess, but runs on batteries!!!!

    Come on, who is going to want the PSP and FM transmitter wasting precious battery life while driving?

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    I don't trust Griffin. If they make something for use in a non-Mac environment, it's going to be buggy with limited support, and eventually abandoned. I am basing this on their popular RadioShark product, which for the Mac is still being developed and improved, but for the PC has been all but abandoned. Who's to say they won't do the same to PSP enthusiasts?

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