If you’re a business owner you might have a few mobile devices hanging around the office, which brings one obvious problem, where do you charge them all? Well Griffin has the answer, announcing their new MultiDock device that can sync and charge 10-30 devices in one storage cabinet.

To redesign the MultiDock, Griffin collaborated with the former Apple designer, Thomas Meyerhoffer who designed the device to store you devices securely on a variant of surfaces, and can be stacked with up to three units.

Available in two configurations, a 10 bay or 30 bay cart, the MultiDock has been designed with an aluminium shell and an anodised finish, on the bottom there’s also a set of wheels, and inside you will find a lockable laptop tray big enough to hold a 15 inch MacBook Pro.

THe door itself is made of steel and each compartment will feature colour changing LEDs to indicate the devices charging and syncing status.

The MultiDock will require Macintosh OS X v10.5.8 or later, iTunes 9.0 or later, Apple Configurator and USB 2..0, and uses 10 watts of charging for each device.

MultiDock will be available in the UK from October for £599 for the 10 bay and £1799 for the 30 bay. For more information and technical specifications visitgriffintechnology.com/business/multidock.

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