PhotoFast iPaDock: Multiple Docking Station for Apple Devices

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PhotoFast iPaDock Charging Station

After seeing so many iPhone/iPad docks in the market, now here comes a latest docking station released by PhotoFast that allows charging of more than 1 iPhones at once. Dubbed as the iPaDock, this dock can be used to display and charge your Apple devices (iPad2 / iPad / iPhone / iPod touch / iPod Nano) simultaneously. This dock station can handle a maximum number of 4 iPhone and iPad.

Other specifications of the device include multi card reader that supports CF I to CF 3.0, MS & MS PRO, MS DUO, MS PRO DUO, M2, SD, MINI SD, SDHC, SDXC, and micro SD(T-Flash). In terms of power it has an input of DC 5V/5A and output of 2A Max on four charging ports. The iPaDock has a minimalist design with dimensions of 68.5 x 140 x 190 mm and weighs 800g.

PhotoFast is a Taiwan based company established in 2003 which aims to develops cutting-edge technology such as Apple accessories, SSD, memory cards, external drives, card readers and other mobile accessories to meet and satisfy our technology needs. To find more details about this unique dock station for smartphone and tablet, you can visit its product page.

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  1. This Prodock does exactly what it says on the tin! We bugoht it to connect our iPod Touch 3G (description doesn’t mention compatability to the 3G but it does work) to our main home entertainment system since we uploaded our entire music collection to it. We have even uploaded movies to the iPod and can play them without issue through our TV. It can be tricky to dock the iPod, but ours spends 99% of its time docked anyway. The remote control actually works with most of the iPod basic functions although you have to really point at the device. All the cables required to connect to your home entertainment come with the Prodock so you don’t need yo buy anything extra, as long as you have sufficient inputs on your home entertainment system. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this device to anyone who wants to connect their iPod to an A/V system.

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