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Henge Dock 13-inch MacBook Air dock
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Eddie-- Next time, THINK before your write your review! The "flying power cable" saves you roughly $60, because it allows you to take the power supply along when away from home. The older models incorporated the MagSafe power connector into the base where it could not be removed easily. The only easy way to recharge your battery was to buy another power supply from Apple or one of their re-sellers. The feature you describe as a "bit of a nuisance" saves you 60 bucks. Thank you, Eddie! I'll take two... one for my 15-inch MBP at home and one for my 13-incher at work.
Nicely done, Henge. I give you a 9 out of 10. Some additional USB ports with the amps needed to recharge my iPad and iPhone would be very helpful. Sorry about Eddie's review, he's probably the "Droid" you were looking for. ;-P
So you save your hard earned cash for a stunning piece of shiny metal tech and yet dock it in a piece of plastic, really, and how long before the glue fixing the rubber inner starts to perish, and has it already had it's day with the advent of wireless charging technology?
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