Majority of us owns multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets, etc. The main issue arises when you have to charge them, and many people have too many outlets in theirs rooms which can charge multiple devices. Even if you find an extension cable to solve that issue, it can get cluttered with wires all over the place.
However, All-Dock USB Charger aims to solve this issue. All-Doc charger gives users the ability to charge multiple devices including smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, etc simultaneously.
All-Dock Charger can charge devices ‘incredibly fast’ and can nearly charge almost all types of devices. The device comes with a very simple and clean design, which lets users hold multiple charging cables without creating a mess out of it. The docking station has a 2400 mA per USB to provide rapid charging for the device. One hub has 4 USB slots while the other one comes with six on board.
Our dream with the All-Dock is to create more than just a charging station. The All-Dock is envisioned as a functional piece of art. It will offer a solution for the rapid recharging of multiple devices at the same time, compatible with nearly all devices, including Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, LG, HTC, Motorola, Huawei, Microsoft, Nokia, Kindle, Sony Ericsson, Nexus, etc. The All-Dock will enable you to work with, charge, dock and store your device – all with the same station. It will provide incredible value for money. All-Dock is the perfect mixture of streamlined sophistication and functionality for people who only want the best. It will be blazingly fast, with 2400mA per USB exit. You’ll be able to recharge your smartphone nearly 80% in less than 1 hour.
The project is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter to reach its goal in order to begin mass production. Currently, the company managed to generate $16,908 (at the time of writing) with 31 more days to go before the project closes down. Pledges start at $39 that would get you the docking station, but it will be without the hub. If you want an early bird product with the USB hub, you have pledge at least $59.
You can check out the video below to know more about the product, or visit the product page on Kickstarter.