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Review: Scosche clipSYNC

Earlier in the year, I got to check out Scoche’s flipSYNC II, which was a keychain charge and sync cable for your iOS device. I will put the link for that review at the end. They expanded that concept and took it up a notch and released the clipSYNC. It essentially performs the same operation of syncing and charging your device. But in this unit, they added in a built-in carabiner clip so you can clip it anywhere for storage or on the go.

Check out my original review for the operation of the sync and charge cable, as that process has not changed at all. As you can see from the pics, this accessory is a tad bit bigger that the flipSYNC II but has a real nice looking aluminum exterior (which also helps to protect it)

(I'm placing all of my photos at the end so please scroll down)

This is another one of those neat affordable accessories that you can take anywhere and will not take any space. Whether you need something like this or want to purchase a gift for someone for the holidays coming up, check out the website below for additional information.

Features

- 5" when open

- 2.5" when closed

-iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPod classic, iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th generation), iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPhone.

Note: They also offer a micro and mini USB version as well for your particular device.

 

Product Website:

http://www.scosche.com/consumer-tech/product/2214

 

Price:

$19.99

 

flipSYNC II review:

http://www.iphonelife.com/blog/5811/review-scosche-flipsync-ii

 

 

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Louis Senecal has been a mobile enthusiast since 2001 with the release of the HP Jornada Series Pocket PC. He reviews products for BostonPocketPC.com. He uses mobile tech to make his life more organized and entertaining. In addition to being a dad and a husband, Louis has a career in the Loss Prevention industry. He has been a volunteer firefighter for more than a decade and supports his community in various volunteer capacities.