When DoMark recently announced the acquisition of South Hill Ltd., which in turn holds 20% of Zaktek Ltd., owners of the soon to be launched PhonePad Plus, Andy Ritchie, DoMark CEO, emphasized that the PhonePad Plus product was "in the right place at the right time and fits in well with DoMark's expanding range of multi-use integrated smartphone and tablet accessories". PhonePad Plus is in the right place at the right time not only because it fits DoMark's strategic plans, but because it so perfectly addresses the exploding market demand for mobile product integration and enhancement.
The PhonePad Plus allows a smartphone to be turned into a fully functioning stand-alone tablet simply by inserting the phone into the PhonePad Plus. Initially designed for Samsung models, with other smartphones to be added, the system provides a 10:1 inch HD screen, plus additional 3/4G Plus Wi-Fi. From the user's standpoint, it effectively offers a tablet without having to pay a tablet price. It's of special significance for the mobile games market, where tablet related purchases are almost three times higher than for smartphones. PhonePad Plus is set to be launched in August on the UK market through a large UK retail store chain.
This latest agreement is perfect for DoMark because the company has set about building a portfolio of products for the fast-growing mobile device accessory market, and likes to target the latest and greatest technologies. DoMark's SolaWerk's subsidiary has developed one-of-a-kind IR-capable charging systems for mobile devices, and DoMark just recently announced the upcoming production of Imagic's Smartlink product that allows tablet or smartphone content to be wirelessly transmitted for display on any television. DoMark has a 29% holding in Imagic Ltd.
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