Protection, Power, & GPS Navigation
Snow Lizard's SLXtreme Navigation Series for iPad with Bad Elf GPS provides all-inclusive solution to boaters, aviators, off-the-grid trekkers
By: Snow Lizard Products, Bad Elf
MIAMI, Fla. – July 15, 2014 – Offering a sneak peek at ICAST, Snow Lizard’s SLXtreme case for iPad goes
beyond waterproof, rugged protection to embed Bad Elf’s GPS/GLONASS receiver right inside the case, instantly adding worldwide location support to Wifi-only iPad (Gen 4) without an internet connection or
“We are pleased to partner with Bad Elf and offer the ultimate iPad case for people in marine,
recreational and water-prone commercial environments,” says Steve Calle, CEO and Co-founder of Snow Lizard Products. “The SLXtreme is already a first-to-market case combining both waterproof protection and recharging power to enable iPad use virtually anywhere. The Bad Elf GPS navigation module makes this case series a complete game-changer in the category.”
The SLXtreme for iPad Navigation Series features a high-performance 66-channel WAAS-enabled
receiver accurate to 2.5m/9’. For iPad WiFi-only , and for iPad Wifi + Cellular, Bad Elf GPS provides
faster, more accurate satellite location support even away from cell towers – up in the sky, out in the
woods, or at sea. With a lock time in as little as 2 seconds, and a sample rate up to 10 MHz, the
SLXtreme Navigator Series provides latitude, longitude, altitude, speed and GPS tracking through many
popular and compatible apps available today for iPad.
The back of the SLXtreme case comes equipped with keyholes and screws for securing the iPad to a
standard 75mm VESA Mount (sold separately). Easily mount the SLXtreme on a boat console, outdoor
recreational vehicle, airplane cockpit and more. The case is IP-68 rated waterproof up to 2m/6.6’ and
the integrated 10,200 mAh battery nearly doubles the battery the life of the iPad when away from
Coming soon for iPad Gen 4, and Generations 2 & 3 - $299.99 at www.snowlizard.com.
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