PARAT Solutions announces new Charge & Sync Docks for Lightning-connected devices
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PARAT Solutions announces new Charge & Sync Docks for Lightning-connected devices


PARAT Solutions has unveiled a family of charge/sync docks to support Apple's Lightning-connected devices. PARASYNC's new generation of docking stations charge and synchronize content for up to 30 iPod touches 5G's, 20 iPad minis and 10 iPad Airs.

Multiple docks can be linked to support even larger quantities of devices. The docks charge devices by connecting to a standard wall outlet. Content is efficiently synchronized to the devices using iTunes or Apple Configurator. 
 
PARASYNC docks are the only cable-free charge and sync system designed specifically to support institutional iOS deployments in education, healthcare, hospitality and museums. Each docking station includes specially-designed protective device cases. Constructed of impact-resistant ABS, the cases are uniquely "keyed" to fit the docking station.

Each dock features receivers designed so that the included cases don't need to be removed before docking. Devices can also be inserted without a case. Additionally, the unique shape of the receiver ensures that a third party case can't be forced into a slot, which could potentially damage the dock's Lightning pin connector. Go to the PARAT web site (www.paratsolutions.com) for more info and pricing options.

 
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