mLogic Launches mDock for MacBooks Makes for Speedy Desktop Departures
September 10th, 2011
One of the things that really sucks about having to use a notebook like the MacBook as your only computer is that if you need to hook a bunch of peripherals to the notebook like printers, mice, or a desktop keyboard you have to unplug all that stuff each time you leave. The best option is to add a docking station to let you only remove one cord each time.
A company called mLogic has announced that it has a new docking station with a little something extra that users will appreciate. The docking station is called the mDock and it replicates all the ports on the side of the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro computers. You can plug monitors, speakers, printers and other items into the dock and then only need to unplug one device when you come and go.
The docking station has a USB port and a headphone port on the front for easy access. It also comes with a hard drive inside for backing up your data. The drive can be had in 1TB or 500GB flavors and both are Time Capsule compatible. The 500GB device is $219(USD) and the 1TB sells for $299, and both will be available this November.
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