|By Business Wire||
|January 7, 2013 12:00 PM EST||
Rokform®, a leading creator of innovative and functional cases and accessories for mobile devices, as well as a CES 2013 Innovations Award Honoree, announces today at CES 2013 new products for the iPad Mini and iPhone 5. The never-before-seen RokShield v3 iPad Mini case, SlimRok iPhone 5 case and RokDock will be debuted in the North Hall, booth #6530.
Rokform Showcases Fuzion+ Case as CES 2013 Innovations Honoree (Photo: Business Wire)
In line with other mounting cases from Rokform, the new RokShield v3 iPad Mini case integrates advanced mounting capabilities. The included Easy Stick Remote Mounting System (RMS) allows the iPad Mini to be firmly positioned on almost any surface, while an optional magnet kit with High Pull Rare Earth (HPRE) magnets also lets users conveniently and securely attach their device to any magnetic surface.
The new iPad Mini RokShield v3 provides maximum protection with the shock absorbing rubber outer bumper and high impact polycarbonate frame. The outer bumper can be easily removed for a slimmer profile and the case is also compatible with all iPad mounting accessories, including the best-rated new Swivelmount.
The RokShield v3 iPad Mini case is made in the USA, with an MSRP of $49 and is expected to be available in January 2013.
“CES is an exciting time for us because it gives us the chance to speak with the people who know the consumer electronics industry the best,” said Jeff Whitten, Vice President of Rokform. “We’re constantly working to make sure the products we design are relevant and useful, as well as good looking. Attending CES is the time to validate our efforts.”
Also debuting at CES, the SlimRok for the iPhone 5 is the thinnest Rokform case yet. Designed to provide six-sided protection with minimal bulk, the SlimRok is a two piece slider case made from high impact polycarbonate. SlimRok has an MSRP of $29.
The new RokDock adds to Rokform’s line of versatile accessories and will also be announced at the show. The CNC machined aluminum RokDock lets you dock, charge and undock your iPhone 5 easily, and in style, either with or without a case. An adjustable insert makes the RokDock compatible with nearly any iPhone 5 case, not just a Rokform case. Each RokDock is made completely in the US, machined and hand assembled in Southern California, and available in seven color combinations with an MSRP of $99.
In addition to these new products, Rokform will highlight its aluminum Rokbed Fuzion+ case for the iPhone 4/4S, a CES 2013 Innovations Award Honoree. The Fuzion+ is the new and improved version of the original RokBed Fuzion case and now features an integrated magnetic mounting system, giving the ability to be mounted to nearly any magnetic surface for a practical hands free experience. A built-in anti-slip grip also keeps your device secure even when it’s not mounted.
Rokform will demo these new products, as well as existing favorites from the current mountable, metal and accessory lines, in the North Hall at booth #6530. For more information on existing products, visit http://www.rokform.com or follow Rokform on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Launched in January 2011 Rokform® has quickly established itself in the consumer electronics industry by manufacturing uniquely designed and engineered products for the iPhone, iPad and other devices. Rokform products include a complete line of Mountable Cases and Accessories, Billet Aluminum Cases, Screen Protectors, and Stands. http://www.rokform.com
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