Get the most out of your MacBook Pro with the LandingZone DOCK

Get the most out of your MacBook Pro with the LandingZone DOCK

LandingZone has launched its new docking station for the MacBook Pro with Retina display, simply called DOCK. DOCK has everything needed for a complete desktop docking solution for your MacBook. The docking station uses one of the MacBook's Thunderbolt ports, as well as the right side USB and HDMI ports, though it makes up for this by providing a number of extra ports. DOCK has three USB 3 and two USB 2 ports, a gigabit ethernet connection, HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, and a two-way audio jack for speakers or headphones. There is also a MagSafe 2 holder, as well as a locking mechanism, compatible with most Kensington laptop locks.

The LandingZone DOCK is available now for the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display for the price of $199.99 from LandingZone and Amazon, with other retail partners being announced soon. A model for the 13-inch MacBook Pro is expected by the end of Q1 2014.

Source: LandingZone

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Get the most out of your MacBook Pro with the LandingZone DOCK

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I can certainly appreciate the idea behind this add-on, but I can't help but wonder if it could've been styled to gel a bit better w/an MBP's crafting.

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I'm honestly not sure why you'd pick this over a CalDigit Thunderbolt Dock.. Same price, but the Dock from CalDigit seems more flexible. It adds more ports, like 3 more USB 3 ports, can daisy chain TB devices off it, has an HDMI port, and doesn't lock you into using it flat on your desk.. I like my Twelve South laptop vertical laptop stand. Wouldn't work well with that.

No, we weren't. We aren't paid to print any press release. And for the record, it's pretty insulting to have that suggested. We're not shills for anyone.

Is this an ad? Because it sure isn't a review.
Also there is no reason to have anything but USB 3, USB 2 is just dumb.

I looked into one of these for my MacBook Air, but decided all I needed was to be able to attach a security cable. The Kensington SafeDock is a perfect, and elegant solution.