The iPod-like industrial design also incorporates a silver knob for adjusting the iTrip's frequency. The unit has two transmission modes: the DX mode supposedly transmitting a signal that's nice and robust even in cities. Also, the iTrip features U.S. and international tuning modes. Though we weren't never too thrilled with the older iTrip, this one looks like it's worth a try. Check back for a detailed review.
Griffin Technology, makers of one of the first FM transmitters designed for the iPod, has announced an updated version of the iTrip. The main transmitter piece, which plugs into the top of an iPod, has a built-in tuner display this time around so that you don't need to install any software on the iPod itself, as you did with previous versions.