LONGWOOD, Fla.--()--Domark International Inc’s (OTCBB:DOMK) new wholly-owned subsidiary Solawerks, Inc. announced that final engineering is complete for its new revolutionary Solapad product to fit Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPad that some are calling the iPad 3. The Solawerks Solapad has already been designed to fit the iPad 1 and iPad 2. With the newest iPad version in-hand, Solawerks engineers quickly confirmed no adjustments would be necessary for their existing Solapad design.
The new Solawerks Solapad is an electronic sleeve manufactured specifically for the iPad. It contains a solar panel on its back and an additional internal battery to keep the iPad charged at all times.
Apple has already sold out of initial supplies of the new iPad in every country where the hot device launched on Wednesday, forcing the company to delay shipments for up to three weeks. IPad 3 pre-orders placed online in the U.S. and Canada will not ship until at least March 19. Customers who placed an order on the earlier side of the pre-sales process were initially told they would receive the tablet on March 16. The delays are nothing new for the world’s biggest maker of tablets and smartphones. Last year, its iPad 2 sold out on the very first day in the U.S., causing shipping delays to change several times throughout opening day before finally settling on two to three weeks.
More details about the new Solawerks Solapad can be seen at www.solawerks.com
Solawerks, Inc. is a newly formed subsidiary, wholly owned by Domark International Inc. Solawerks’ current focus is to develop and distribute the Solapad, a combined cover and charging system for Apple’s iPad, competing in a market that also includes Research in Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and the Sony Corporation (NYSE: SNE).
Domark International, Inc.’s corporate website may be seen at: www.domarkintl.com
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