We first reported on All-Dock towards the end of December of last year, and at the time the Kickstarter project still had about a month left before ending.
The project’s funding round has now concluded, with All-Dock securing $97,479, attracting 864 backers and blowing past it’s original $40,000 goal. For those that haven’t heard of the All-Dock, it is a special docking station that allows you to use your devices in an upright position as they charge, all while hiding the cord clutter underneath the dock’s cord slots. It also can secure the USB ports from the cables to the dock, so you don’t have to worry about them slipping under once you get everything set up.
Besides allowing you to charge several devices at a time, most models of the All-Dock also include a speedy USB hub designed to charge devices at a rate of 2400 mA per port. According to All-Dock’s creator, that’s enough juice to charge a phone from dead to 80% in about an hour.
So now that the Kickstarter project has ended, what’s next? For those that pledged funds for the project, the All-Dock is slated to arrive in May.
Unfortunately for those that didn’t get in on the Kickstarter project while they had a chance, at least for now, there doesn’t appear to be an official website for pre-ordering the All-Dock. This could likely change soon enough, and there is a way to contact the dock’s creator through the Kickstarter page.