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Best Space-Saving Tech Ideas for Back To School

Vertical Docking Station
Vertical Docking Station
Get the Best Tech In Your College Dorm Room and a Back-To-School Discount Until September 1 2014-08-18 20:26:11
SAN FRANCISCO – August 18, 2014 – Back to school for college students often means outfitting
a new dorm room with technology and decor. But let’s face it, college dorms don't have much
space. Small rooms, tiny desks, and messy roommates plague college living.

While planning for back-to-school necessities, here are a couple of ideas to make the most of
the space in a crowded dorm room.

The Vertical Docking Station for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air from Henge Docks helps save
precious space on a student’s desk. The vertical orientation creates more space on a desk and
helps the MacBook stay ventilated and accessible while reducing cable clutter. It also helps
students move from dorm to class quickly without having to unplug and plug-in peripheral
cables each time. The Vertical Docking Station integrates the best features of a laptop, desktop,
media center PC, and home theater setup.

Need a compact dock for iPhone or iPad? The Gravitas by Henge Docks is a sleek iDevice dock
with a small footprint that saves on much needed space. The built-in Lightning connector
allows for charging an iPhone, iPad or iPad mini with ease and is also angled perfectly for
FaceTime chats. Audio line-out connects to any speaker system for high-quality sound. Charge,
sync, view, work, play, browse, chat, listen, and more.

Swappable inserts for all of Apple’s Lightning devices allow for maximum versatility and case
compatibility. Its significant heft lends stability for effortless grab-and-go in one quick motion
with a single hand. Gravitas’ all-metal construction has a mass of 1.24 kilograms, yet is only
about 3-inches in diameter and 2-inches tall, maximizing desk space, ensuring the iPhone or iPad
is safe and secure in the sturdiest dock available.

Pricing and Availability
The Vertical Docking Station is available for the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, MacBook Pro,
MacBook Air and MacBook ranging from $55.00 to $119.00. The Gravitas dock is available for
$69.00 for the Lightning version and $49.00 for the 30-pin version of iPhone and iPad devices.

Henge Docks is offering a ten percent Back to School discount through September 1, 2014. Use
the coupon code “back2school" at Henge Docks’ online store at

For more information, visit Henge Docks’ website for the
 Vertical Dock at
 Gravitas at

About Henge Docks
Henge Docks, LLC created the first line of truly comprehensive docking stations for Apple’s
current collection of notebook computers. The company is based in San Francisco, California
and is focused on designing the most elegant and effective homes for Apple devices. For more
information regarding Henge Docks, please visit:

Press Information
Henge Docks, LLC
San Francisco, CA

Michele Baker
Henge Docks PR

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