Charge iPhone, iPod, iPad, And More All At Once, Courtesy Griffin PowerDock 5

By Sumit Passary email: s.passary@mobilenapps.com | Jan 11, 2013 09:50 AM EST

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Griffin is showcasing its latest multiple device charging dock, the PowerDock 5, at the 2013 International CES. With the PowerDock 5 you can now charge your iPod, iPhone, iPad, or up to five gadgets simultaneously.

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The space-saving design of the PowerDock 5 includes five USB ports where you can attach the USB cords for your gadgets and charge them all at once side by side.

"PowerDock 5 is the ultimate space-saving, countertop charging and storage solution for up to 5 iPads. Designed for convenience and efficiency, PowerDock 5 contains five charging bays large enough to accommodate an iPad encased in even the largest of cases, including Griffin's own Survivor case. When not in use, PowerDock 5 keeps all the users' device cables tucked away and organized, ready for use at any time," noted the official press release (via Engadget).

The device will be useful if you own multiple USB Chargeable gadgets like smartphones, portable music player, and tablets, and don't want many cords lying around to charge individual devices. The PowerDock 5 acts as a single power source where you plug your device to charge it.

"PowerDock 5 gives each tablet its own charging port and its own clear backrest. Each charging bay is roomy enough to accommodate your iPad and its case, so you'll never need to remove your iPad from its case to charge. An illuminated status light tells when PowerDock 5 is powered up and ready to charge," states the product description on Griffin Technology.

You can buy the PowerDock 5, which will be available in Spring 2013, directly from Griffin for $99.99.

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