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First Look: Henge Dock system for MacBook Pro


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The Henge Dock has been around for a while, making model specific docking station for Apple's laptops. The Henge Dock is designed to mount the laptop vertically and upon docking insert all relevant cables into the computer's ports. The dock has custom cutouts for each model, and users can connect whatever devices they may own. The idea is once you insert the laptop, you'll have desktop functionality with mobile flexibility. Henge Dock markets the product for multiple locations, so you may have a home office, work office, and even a home theater and users can quickly relocate to a work station.

To connect to peripherals, the product comes with connector cables. Once inserted into the dock, they can be locked into place using a tool. The kit comes with everything you may need except for a Magsafe power adapter and display adapter.

The model here is for the 2011 MacBook Pro. Pricing is $69.95.

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