First Business-Class Docking Solution for the Apple MacBook Air Available for Purchase on Amazon later this month
Upcoming Enhancements Include Ability to Connect Multiple Displays Via a Single Port
New York, April 11, 2013 – LandingZone 2.0 PRO, the world’s first business-class docking station for the MacBook Air (models A1465 + A1466 first released mid-2012), will be on display at DigitalFocus. For the first time, business users have a way to bring all of the functionality of a desktop to the slim, elegant MacBook Air. Unlike other docking stations, LandingZone offers consolidated access to all peripherals, and allows business users to securely lock their MacBook Air to protect their valuable information. Available in both 11” and 13” models, the product is currently available for purchase on the company’s website for $199, and will be available on Amazon.com later this month.
LandingZone 2.0 PRO provides six convenient ports – four USB 3.0 ports; one Gigabit Ethernet port; a Thunderbolt port for Mini DisplayPort monitors, high-speed external hard drives, or other devices – and a Kensington lock slot to prevent theft. Business users can keep all of their peripherals plugged in and enjoy a rich laptop experience when they are in the office. With the Thunderbolt connectivity, the LandingZone 2.0 PRO now supports connecting multiple displays via a single port.
“While business users need a docking station for convenience, until now, most of the products available for the MacBook Air have been designed for home use,” said Kitae Kwon, founder and CEO of LandingZone. “We’ve approached our product design with the business professional in mind and have created an elegant product with a modern design esthetic and business-class power.”
The company will also display LandingZone 2.0 LITE, (for MacBook Air models A1465 + A1466), which offers two USB 3.0 ports and a Kensington lock slot at a lower price point of $99 for users who do not need all of the capabilities of the LandingZone 2.0 PRO. The company also plans to offer a LandingZone docking station for MacBook Pro Retina users during the third quarter of 2013.