What you need to know
- The Kensington StudioDock iPad dock is now available for pre-order.
- The dock connects your iPad to multiple ports and supports both portrait and landscape orientations.
The impressive-looking Kensington StudioDock is now available for pre-order with prices starting at $379.99. Designed for the iPad Pro and new iPad Air, the dock not only gives you somewhere to put your iPad but can also provide a space to wirelessly charge your Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods.
The dock also provides a ton of new connectivity options thanks to the iPad Pro and iPad Air's USB-C port.
- Three USB-A 3.2 Gen1 (5Gbps) ports for all your accessories
- One USB-C 3.2 Gen1 (5Gbps) connection for fast data transfer plus charging (5V/3A or 9V/2.22A)
- An SD 4.0 card reader
- 3.5mm audio jack for speakers or headphones
- Gigabit Ethernet jack to ensure a stable and fast network connection
You can pre-order your new Kensington StudioDock direct from the manufacturer right now. Prices are $379.99 for the 11-inch version, while the larger 12.9-inch model will set you back $399.99. Kensington says that it expects orders to ship in March of this year with orders limited at one per customer.
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