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Griffin iKaraoke

It’s absurdly inexpensive, given its entertainment value

Griffin iKaraoke

Image: Hugh Threlfall

April 24 2010
Jonathan Margolis

Griffin, of Nashville, is one of my favourite gadgeteers, even though its ridiculous AirCurve non-electronic iPhone amplifier did manage to make my elite selection of worst-ever iPhone accessories on Technopolis TV.

This, a karaoke machine for iPod and iPod Touch, is classic Griffin – inexpensive, yet extremely well conceived and made. It’s just a very nicely finished, brushed-aluminium microphone that plugs into your iPod, mutes the vocals and lets you sing along. The iKaraoke – this is a new version – provides entertainment absurdly disproportionate to its price.

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Griffin, Microphones