Breffo Unveils the Spiderpodium Tablet Dock at CES 2011
Breffo announced today the launch of the Spiderpodium tablet stand, to add to its flexible, universal gadget grip & travel dock product range. It is the evolution of the hit product Spiderpodium, and is geared towards the form factor of tablet devices. The Spiderpodium tablet stand will be on display at CES 2011, in the iLounge Pavillion, booth 5136.
The Spiderpodium Tablet stand delivers exceptional performance and reliability. Designed and engineered to meet the needs of the demanding tablet accessory market, the Spiderpodium Tablet stand is compatible with all Tablet type products, including the Apple iPad.
Offered in graphite grey initially the Spiderpodium Tablet stand will be available to current and prospective global distributors, as well as directly through www.breffo.com, from Jan 12th for immediate delivery.
Additional Product Information:
The Spiderpodium Tablet stand is very lightweight and compact making it particularly portable.
The product’s compact nature allows for Spiderpodium Tablet stand to be tucked into a jacket pocket or packed into a handbag, backpack, and carry-on bag with ease.
The Spiderpodium Tablet stand’s uniquely designed, 8 flexible, ‘secured and assured hold’ notched legs allow it to hang from, or secure itself to, virtually any surface that is not flat and make it adaptable to being used with multiple devices, in multiple ways. The flexible legs allow for it to securely grip almost any small and medium sized portable device available on the market.
The proportioned hole in the body of Spiderpodium Tablet stand has been designed specifically to allow any device docked to be charged while in use through the devices own proprietary charger. This, unlike most all docks and stands available, provides universal connectivity and does not restrict the usage of Spiderpodium Tablet stand to certain devices, and vice versa.
Spiderpodium Tablet stand leaves no footprint of its having been used, which is particularly beneficial as a solution to theft of car SatNav & GPS units which may have large permanent plastic units attached to the dash and windscreen.