It won’t hold two of every animal, but the Arq Dock will hold your smart device

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Arq Dock

The title of this post is kind of funny because my household seems to have amassed two of every smart device we use, two iPhones and two iPads you get the picture. And like every household, the way we protect or enhance these devices varies by user. Anywhere between full-blown rugged protection to skinny and barely there. But when it comes to charging our devices, we prefer to use a stand and that is where the Arq Dock can help. The Arq Dock, a Kickstarter project from B&A Studio, distinguishes itself from most other charging stands by its versatility. Unlike the current charging stand we have, the Arq Dock is designed to allow you adjust the charging end of your cable to three different heights allowing you to charge your device in an array of after market cases. Made out of aluminum, the Arq Dock will be made in three colors, comes with supports pins and a specially designed Micro USB cable. The Arq Dock has several pledge options with a pledge of $35 getting you one Arq Dock of your color choice, two support pins and a Micro USB cable. Funding for this project runs through April 11, 2014 and if successful the Arq Dock is slated to start shipping in the July 2014 time frame.

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4 thoughts on “It won’t hold two of every animal, but the Arq Dock will hold your smart device”

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  2. It looks nice but I do not like the idea of the weight of my phone resting on the micro USB, it can loosen it up.

  3. Hello Julie thanks for the article. We found a more efficient way to manufacture Arq so we have cancelled the present campaign and will return with a new one where Arq pledges are $19 each from $35 each. We will let you know once we are ready.

    @Alan the connector height is full adjustable from a range of 0mm to 9mm above grade and so the weight of your device rests on Arq and not the cable.

    We are here to answer any other questions anyone may have. Thanks again Julie. Cheers!

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