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Wednesday, January 11, 2012
XtremeMac Unveils InCharge Duo, X3 and X5 at CES 2012
Oakdale, MN – XtremeMac, a leading designer and manufacturer of accessories and audio solutions for Apple devices, is thrilled to unveil three new charging docks – InCharge Duo Plus, InCharge X3 and InCharge X5. Each multi-dock charger provides 10 watts per dock for quick and efficient simultaneous charging any combination of iPod, iPhone or iPad – up to five at a time with InCharge X5 charger. XtremeMac charging stations are perfect for the individual or a whole family of Apple devices.
The InCharge Duo Plus is able to charge any two iPod, iPhone or iPad devices while the InCharge X3 charges any three devices and the InCharge X5 charges up to five devices simultaneously. The case-friendly charging docks feature an adjustable rear support to accommodate various device depths. Additional features include rubber feet to provide a stable platform and bi-color LED charging status indicators.
The InCharge Duo Plus, InCharge X3 and InCharge X5 will be available in Q1 2012.
For more information on the InCharge Duo Plus, InCharge X3, InCharge X5 and XtremeMac’s entire line of award winning products, follow us on Facebook.com/XtremeMac and @XtremeMac.
About XtremeMac: Celebrating its 10 year anniversary, XtremeMac is a portfolio brand of Imation Corp. (NYSE:IMN). Founded in 2001, the same year Apple introduced the first iPod™, XtremeMac provides innovative solutions to protect, power and play Apple devices. The brand’s award winning cases, speaker docks and charging solutions incorporate leading edge design and advanced technology to enhance customer experience with Apple products. Additional information can be found at XtremeMac.com, Facebook/XtremeMac and Twitter/XtremeMac. XtremeMac, InCharge and the “X” logo, are trademarks of Imation Corp. iPod, iPhone iPad and Apple are trademarks of Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.