Press Roundup for Rokform at the CES 2013

by Allie Decker January 14, 2013

Press Roundup for Rokform at the CES 2013

We’ve just returned from a busy week exhibiting at the International CES 2013! Thanks for everyone who stopped by the booth, it was great to meet our Fans out there. Our new RokDockiPhone 5 docking station seemed to catch the eyes of many people walking by, as well as the unveiling of the RokShield v3 for iPad mini (expected in stock February 2013). We also showed off some new accessories like the Kickstand and Bean Bag Mounts for the RokLock v3 and RokShield v3 (expected in stock February 2013). For those who came by, they were also able to have the first glimpse at the RokBed Fuzion for iPhone 5 (expected April 2013).

If you weren’t able to make it to CES this year, here’s a quick roundup of what some of the press were saying about Rokform!

“CES 2013: RokForm Unveils RokDock And New iPhone 5, iPad mini Cases

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) we found out about RokForms new line of iPhone 5 and iPad mini accessories. If you are looking for a new case to show off your new gadget, RokForm has what you need.” Read More….



“Rokform Gets Creative With Its New iPhone and iPad Offerings

The company also unveiled its classic Rokform case for the iPad mini. The release of this case seemed inevitable, as Rokform has cases for each version of the iPad and iPhone thus far, but it’s a welcome addition to the line for Rokform fans who now have Apple’s newest devices. We enjoyed using the iPad mini case with the kickstand, as it was easy to attach, detach and prop the iPad at a usable angle. We could also attach the iPad mini to the beanbag.” Read More….

“CES 2013: RokForm launching new iPhone 5 dock

RokForm has announced its new iPhone 5 charging dock. The new RokDock announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, is a sturdy dock that utilizes Apple’s new Lightning connector. The RokDock is a 3 pound dock made of aircraft-grade aluminum and weighs in at 3 pounds. Many lighter docks have been criticized for requiring the use of a second hand to hold down the dock. RokForm’s RokDock eliminates this with heavy and solid build quality.


Allie Decker
Allie Decker


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