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MiTagg NuDock docks your Apple Watch and iPhone side-by-side

Pre-orders for the Apple Watch kick off on Friday. How better to get in the mood than with an accessory for your new timepiece?

The MiTagg NuDock houses your Apple Watch and iPhone side-by-side, so you can have them both on display. An LED lamp stands above them, lighting them up and showing them off.

You can adjust the brightness of the lamp using the touch-sensitive control, so you can go from glare to subtle. The Apple Watch sits on an anodised aluminium stand in a secure docking port, while the iPhone dock is compatible with cases, so you won’t have to unsheathe your handset.

A built-in battery juices up both devices, though there’s no word on how long it will take, or whether it will take longer if you’re charging both.

You can charge other devices using the three USB ports on the back too, so you’re not limited to Apple products.

It’s made of anodised aluminium and strong polycarbonate, and is finished in a soft-touch rubber coat.

Read more: Apple Watch accessories are now up for pre-order

There’s also a shutter button built into the stand, so you can take photos wirelessly without taking your phone out. You don’t need to install an app to do so, just press and snap.

It’s sailed past its funding goal on Indiegogo, and should ship in July. It can be yours for $129 (£87).

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