The other day I realized I had a serious problem. I went to charge my iPad, and realized that every outlet in the room was already charging one. Talk about an annoying problem to have! Okay, so I really only have one tablet, and that’s going to be the case with most people. However, if you work in an environment such as a school or office that uses iPads for demonstrations or meetings, you may actually want a simple way to charge them all at once. What you need is the Griffin MultiDock.
Let me be the first to congratulate Griffin on their name for this product. Namely, that they resisted the urge to put the letter ‘i’ at the beginning. Anyway, this device houses and charges up to 10 iPads at the same time. You might scoff at the idea at first, but stop for a moment and try to think of an efficient way to do this, otherwise. I’m picturing a bunch of individual docks, or a mess of tablets lying on a shelf taking up a lot of unnecessary space. The best part is that it will allow you to sync all of them to a computer, so you won’t need to mess with a bunch of unnecessary USB cables. You can even hook three of these together, thus giving you the ability to sync 30 iPads to one computer. Seems like a pretty great idea, though the $700 price tag is a bit salty.