These days, we have a variety of gadgets from different companies such as Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930), LG Electronics Inc. (KRX:066570) (OTCMKTS:LGEAF), Sony Corporation (NYSE:SNE) (TYO:6758), Motorola, etc, but we have to preserve chargers and cables for each of these devices. Many times these chargers and cables are not interchangeable, which makes a mess on our table. That’s where docking stations step in, and the new All-Dock docking station is one such solution that aims to be one charging station for all of your different devices.
All-Dock is a Kickstarter project that has a goal of $40,000 of which, at the time of writing this article has raised $7,922 with the help of 72 backers. There’s 37 days more to go if you’re thinking of backing this project.
What is so special About All-Dock?
So what’s so special about the All-Dock? Well, as per their Kickstarter page, this is the fastest docking station in the world. It aims to offer a solution for the recharging of multiple devices at the same time, and is compatible with nearly all devices, including Apple, Samsung, BlackBerry, LG, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Kindle, Nexus, etc. It can charge, dock and store your device, all with the same station.
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The docking station features 2400mA per each USB hub, which means your smartphone will recharge nearly 80% in less than an hour. You can charge up to six devices simultaneously. It is compatible with the most common standard connectors like Lightning, 30-pin, micro-USB, etc. There’s also a USB hub integrated into the All-Dock.
Now coming to the pricing part. You can get All-Dock small which will charge one-four devices for $39, but it will come without a USB hub. To get one with USB hub you’ll need to shell out $49. The estimated shipping date is May 2014.
If this looks interesting to you, then check out All-Dock at the Kickstarter. And do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.