A premium desktop accessory for all your Apple devices.
What you need to know
- Kensington has today unveiled a new StudioCaddy for all your Apple devices.
- The desktop charger has USB-A ports and qireless charging.
- It can be used to store your iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods, iPad, or even a MacBook.
Kensington has today announced a brand new StudioCaddy desktop organizer and charger for basicaly every Apple product you own.
In a press release the company stated:
The stand features space for holding your iPad, MacBook, iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch in one location. It has a dual Qi charger for charging AirPods and an iPhone at the same time, and the charging mat can be detached for flexibility. It supports all sizes of iPad including the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021)
It also has a USB-A and USB-C port for optional charging.
The new dock is available to purchase now and is $179.99.
Store and charge all the Apple devices!
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Kensington's Lisa Schuiteboer-Shuler said "Many consumers and business users have come to rely upon the Apple ecosystem to keep them connected and deliver a seamless flow of information across their various devices. Along with the unparalleled convenience of having instantaneous access to information and communication services synchronized across a user's iMac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, comes the clutter caused by the often tangled assortment of chargers and cables. The StudioCaddy complements the Apple design element by bringing all of the devices together into a simple, clean, organized, and functional technology centerpiece."
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