24K Gold Framed iPad Dock Now Available for the iPad Gold Medalist

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If Louis XIV had an iPad, he would dock it in this miFrame stand. Adorned in Gold and Platinum, the dual-purpose iPad dock and picture frame showcases your rich stories and experiences in digital and print.

miFrame iPad Stand and Dock

24K Gold miFrame iPad Stand with Platinum Accents

There is an exclusive class of iPad consumers that are drawn to the allure of precious metals. Those individuals now have the opportunity to dock their iPad into something that looks truly spectacular and stands apart in a class of its own.

Striped Sail announces it has perfected the process of plating its flagship miFrame iPad charging station in pure 24k Gold and Platinum for the iPad consumer with exceptional taste that requires a versatile iPad docking stand able to charge iPad in portrait and landscape mode.

PRICING AND AVAILABILITY

24K GOLD & PLATINUM LIMITED EDITION IPAD CHARGING STATION- $849
The new 24k Gold and Platinum Limited Edition miFrame features a 24k Gold plated frame with Platinum plated glittering bevels and a Platinum plated base. The core of the frame and base are still aircraft grade aluminum, like the original product, so that the frame remains light and durable. Frames can be custom laser engraved for an additional $100.

THE GOLD STANDARD FOR IPAD STANDS
Like previously released styles and colors, the new 24k Gold and Platinum miFrame can charge iPad with its built-in dock connector in both portrait and landscape orientations and it comes with an extended 5 foot USB cable so miFrame can be positioned in just the right place and still reach an electrical outlet.

The product has dual uses. It can hold an iPad upright in portrait or landscape while a user checks mail and surfs the web or displays a digital slideshow. Plus it is a beautiful and functional 8×10 picture frame with the highest quality acrylic capable of preventing UV fading damage to a picture from the sun.

“Pure gold has a unique luster considered attractive and precious all over the world,” remarks Chandler Maxvel, VP of Customer Experience.

Striped Sail introduced the first iPad Picture Frame Docking Station in 2010, when it announced the Enduring Silver anodized aluminum miFrame for the the first generation iPad. The model's frame and base featured a finish that matched the look and feel of the back of iPad. Last summer, the company announced a new thinner and lighter design for the iPad 2 and added the Distinguished Black color option.

This summer, Striped Sail has focused on giving iPad customers more choices for framing their iPad while maintaining the miFrame's iconic look. The company has already introduced a Rose Gold plated frame, made from real Rose Gold, a hand-rubbed Antique Copper plated frame that that makes a great accent piece in a kitchen or library, and most recently two ceramic glass frames themed for golfers and chefs.

“There is an exclusive class of iPad consumers that are drawn to the allure of precious metals. Those individuals now have the opportunity to dock their iPad into something that looks truly spectacular and stands apart in a class of its own,” remarks Maxvel. “Only miFrame gives you the confidence to make a FaceTime call with your granddaughter without the worry that your call ends short because of a low charge.”

About Striped Sail
Striped Sail designs and markets miFrames, fine 8x10 picture frames with a hidden dock connector designed to dock and charge Apple's latest iPad tablets. miFrames are celebrated for their versatility, style, and convenience. They rotate for easy widescreen or upright portrait use, feature a built-in 5 ft USB charging cable with almost twice the reach of the standard cable, and can protect any 8x10 photograph from scratches, dust, and UV rays while on display. Frames ship worldwide and are available for the original iPad, iPad 2 and the New iPad in many unique styles and finishes including anodized aluminum, golf and cooking themed ceramic glass, hand-rubbed antique copper, rose gold and 24K gold starting at only $139.

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