Transform Your Tablet or Phone Into a Workstation with Plugables New Dock.

Electronics companies are always looking for ways to make their products more convenient and portable, and Plugable has come up with a clever solution for mobile devices- their Keyboard Folio. This product is the perfect hybrid between a keyboard and a laptop, providing the desktop-like environment you need while keeping your device portable. The Keyboard Folio is made from durable materials that will keep it in good condition even when you’re travelling or using it at your desk. It’s also surprisingly easy to use, even if you’re not very familiar with computers or keyboards. All of this makes the Keyboard Folio an excellent choice for anyone who wants a powerful keyboard without having to lug around an entire laptop

If you’re in the market for a USB-C docking station that can turn your phones and tablets into workstations, the UDS-7IN1 is definitely worth checking out. It adds an HDMI port to connect a monitor, alongside a couple of USB 3.0 (5Gbps) ports, SD and microSD ports, an audio input/output jack, and 100W USB-C pass-through charging to keep everything powered and on charge. Additionally, it has a couple of external buttons which can be used to control various aspects of the device’s operation – very handy if you’re also using other devices on the Desk dock with its integrated screen/keyboard.

The stand is a really nifty way to make your travel photography more convenient, and it folds down so it’s pretty compact. It’s made of lightweight aluminum, so you can easily take it with you on your travels.

The new Apple Thunderbolt Display is a great addition for desks and professionals who need an ultra-high-resolution display. The Thunderbolt Display supports USB-C devices, including USB-C tablets and select phones. You can buy it starting today for only $69.

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