RAM Mounts features IntelliSkin with Universal Docking Technology at CES.

I’ve been a fan of RAM Mounts for several years now and was very excited to talk with them at CES this year. I was able to talk with Aaron Hersey, vice president of sales and marketing at RAM Mounts, about their newest product, Intelliskin.

IntelliSkin is a protective device case that features an integrated power connector compatible with any GDSTM charging dock. This prevents damage to the device charging port and creates a universal docking platform compatible with any device wrapped with an IntelliSkin case. According to recent research, Apple’s iOS accounted for 66 percent of enterprise device activations for the third quarter of 2015. IntelliSkin ruggedizes the consumer devices that are permeating business and adds functionality by simplifying the frequent docking and undocking of smartphones and tablets.

The line of IntelliSkin for iOS will be available for iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 6+/6s+, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Pro. You can preorder the entire line now and IntelliSkin for iOS will begin shipping by the beginning of March.

The thick corners of the Intelliskin for Apple tablets allow for the attachment of a neck or shoulder strap accessory while also providing extra drop protection to the device. The IntelliSkin for tablets also includes an integrated feature to add a handstrap and kickstand feature, the iPad Pro integrates a holder for the Apple Pencil as well.

IntelliSkin for iOS devices are designed to work with RAM Mounts’ GDS Technology. GDS sets a new standard by creating a uniform platform for connecting a variety of portable devices with power and data communication regardless of make and model. RAM Mounts’ GDS platform provides compatibility with many different devices. Plus, it offers docking stations with scalability as smartphone and tablet manufacturers introduce new generations of devices. Watch the interview below from CES 2016.

To learn more or pre-order your Intelliskin, visit rammount.com/products/intelliskin.
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