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Kensington’s StudioCaddy helps organize your Apple devices

Accessory maker, Kensington has announced their latest device with the StudioCaddy.

The StudioCaddy is designed to maximize the space on your desk but letting you store and organize your MacBook, iPad, iPhone, and AirPods in one place.

“Many consumers and business users have come to rely upon the Apple ecosystem to keep them connected and deliver a seamless flow of information across their various devices,” explained Lisa Schuiteboer-Shuler, Ergonomic Category Marketing Manager at Kensington. “Along with the
unparalleled convenience of having instantaneous access to information and communication services synchronized across a user’s iMac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, comes the clutter caused by the oftentangled assortment of chargers and cables. The StudioCaddy complements the Apple design element by bringing all of the devices together into a simple, clean, organized, and functional technology
centerpiece.”

Kensington StudioCaddy

One part of the StudioCaddy is the dual Qi charger that can charge your iPhone (up to 7.5W) and Android phones (up to 10W) using the stand charger. There’s also a charging space for your AirPods or other wireless earbuds at 5W.

For charging other devices, there’s a USB-A port that support up to 12W and USB-C port up to 20W.

Kensington StudioCaddy

The Qi charger magnetically connects to the MacBook/iPad stand for even better flexibility. The vertical stand support a 13-inch or 16-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.

The Kensington StudioCaddy is available now from the company’s website and Amazon for $249.99 CAD ($179.99 USD).

Source: Kensington

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