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Satechi launches Aluminum Apple Watch and Lightning Charging Stand


Satechi is a household name when it comes to accessories for your mobile devices, and this will include those meant for Apple devices as the design that Satechi uses does flow alongside what Apple has already delivered. This time around, one will find that the more recent two offerings from Satechi, which will be part of its metallic series, will comprise of not one, but two products in the form of the Aluminum Apple Watch Charging Stand and the Lightning Charging Stand.

 The former is said to be the ideal solution when it comes to Apple Watch users who are currently looking for a more convenient and easily accessible location to store, charge and showcase their beautiful smartwatch. It is a sleekly designed stand that will boast of a cable management system, elevated height and an angled view, so that users can gain access and retain full functionality of their Apple Watch even as it remains on the stand.

As for the sleek, case friendly Aluminum Lightning Charging Stand, that particular model will offer users with a secure and hands-free solution to charging, displaying and using their Lightning devices, where among them include the new iPhone SE, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPad Mini, Apple Magic Keyboard, Apple Magic Mouse, Apple Pencil (with adapter) and Apple TV Siri Remote. This particular charging stand will enable users to enjoy hands-free access to their iPhone as it charges, so that they can make phone calls, Skype or play music in double quick time. It has been designed with a secure, metal grip, and the Aluminum Lightning Charging Stand ensures that both the charging cable and the iOS device stay securely in place.

Those who are interested will be able to pick up the Aluminum Apple Watch and Lightning Charging Stands in gold, space grey, or silver shades for $24.99 a pop.

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