updated 05:40 pm EDT, Tue October 26, 2004
iTrip Black FM Transmitter
Griffin Technology today announced the . Like the original white iTrip, the new iTrip-Black retains its most popular features such as unlimited station frequencies and battery-free design. The new model with its jet-black exterior and red LED light match the new iPod U2 Special Edition. The iTrip-Black is controlled by the iPod itself and can broadcast to over 200 possible frequencies on the FM dial. It draws its minimal power directly from the iPod and automatically shuts off after 60 seconds without music. This latest iTrip contains new power saving features that keeps the iTrip-Black in sleep mode until music is actually being played - at which time the iTrip-Black automatically comes on. It is due in November for $35.