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Charge and sync your iPhone/iPod from a single dock
With all the digital gadgetry that today's modern gadgeteer (or gadgetress) has, things can get unwieldy with all the cables and such that are used to charge these devices. If you use a desktop, you will have multiple cables sticking out of the front and back of your computer to charge everything up. If you are using a notebook computer, chances are you have just two USB ports available. Dexim has a docking station that helps to address the lack of USB ports called the MHub Dock Station for iPhone/iPod/Blackberry.
The device, Made for iPod and Works with iPhone, is a USB powered docking device that features three full size USB ports, a mini USB port, a built in SDHC/SD/MMC memory card reader, and a dock for your iPhone/iPod or Blackberry. Constructed of aluminum that matches that of the latest MacBook and MacBook Pros, the MHub Dock Station for iPhone/iPod/Blackberry, has a heft to it that gives it a feel of quality, and helps alleviate cable clutter, which is a nice feature to have, especially if you've got to charge multiple devices, and keep a USB port or two free for other uses. It is a nifty device for charging and syncing your iPod, iPhone, and Blackberry, and downloading your digital camera images from SDHC/SD/MMC memory cards. Plus, for those with the latest aluminum MacBooks and MacBook Pros, it matches your computer.
The MHub Dock Station for iPhone/iPod/Blackberry works with iPhone 3G down to iPod 5th generation, including iPod nano, iPod touch, and iPod Classic (80 and 160GB), as well as Blackberry Storm, Pearl, Bold, Curve 8900, and 8830 World Edition. It also works with T-Mobile G1, and HTC Phones. It ships with a micro USB cable, mini USB cable, USB charge cable, dual USB AC adapter and a travel bag. It is priced at $49.90 and includes a one year warranty. For more information, visit www.dexim.net.
Dexim Premium MHub Dock Station for iPhone/iPod/Blackberry
John Virata is senior editor of Digital Media Online. You can email him at [email protected]