Having a deskload of iGizmos is de rigueur these days, but syncing and charging them can be a right kerfuffle: iPods and iPhones rubbing shoulders with iPads amidst a bird’s nest of cable clutter; it’s just not the way minimalist Apple fans are meant to function, is it? For this reason and many more, you need the iPADock.
Compatible with virtually every Apple-related doodah bar the Granny Smith, this sleek, mains powered docking device charges various iCombinations simultaneously: two iPads, an iPad and two iPhones, or four iPhones. Think of it as a one-stop power/sync solution for all your Apple gadgets.
Insert the USB side of the cable through...
Press the dock connector firmly in...
Connect the USB to the "power only" ports for charging
View from the back
Just like J-Lo, the rear of the iPADock is even more interesting than the front because it houses four USB ports and various slots to support a number of memory card formats, including SD, SDHC, mini SD, mini SDHC, micro SD and micro SDHC. Phew!
Even if you’re not gizmo-d up to the iBalls, at least you won’t keep bashing your head reaching down to sync ‘n’ charge gadgets. Put this highly polished Apple muncher on your desk and unsightly cables will be history. Speaking of which, we’ll even throw in three Apple-friendly cables.
Perfect for geek-chic households and offices in which iGadgets rule, this do-it-all überdock also functions as a chic iPad stand, holding your beloved tablet in landscape or portrait view. In fact the only thing it can’t do is discourage you from buying every single Apple product on the market, something you obviously can’t resist otherwise you wouldn’t be drooling over the iPADock in the first place. Chaaaarge!
1) Power adapter, 2) iPadock, 3) 3x 30pin to USB, 4) Mini-USB - USB,
Compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Nano
Landscape/Portrait display for iPad
Multi-combination docking system
Includes 3 Apple approved cables
Multi Card Reader: CF/MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo/M2/SD/Mini SD/SDHC/SDXC/Micro SD(T-Flash)
Output: 2A Max on four of Power Only ports – 500mA per hub