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LandingZone introduces its newest DOCK for MacBook Pro with Retina display at CES 2014 - Ready for purchase online

15-inch (Model A1398) docking station available now for order; 13-inch (Models A1425 + A1502) new Retina display docking station available 1st quarter 2014

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LandingZone will premier a new docking station to expand its unique, magical products for Apple users. The award-winning line of docking stations includes a partner for the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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The 15-inch version is available now at LandingZone.net, Amazon and soon through a select number of retailers.  The 13-inch model can be pre-ordered on LandingZone.net and is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2014. These new models as well as the rest of the line of docking solutions will be on display at Showstoppers at CES on January 7th in the Wynn Hotel's Lafite Ballroom, table D4.

The DOCK for MacBook Pro with Retina display maintains the look and feel of LandingZone docking stations for the MacBook Air, while adding three USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, a Headphone port, a MagSafe 2 holder, a native HDMI pass-through, and a Mini DisplayPort that can be used with Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 devices and monitors. The computer connects to the dock and all of these connections in one single step.

All LandingZone docking stations come equipped with a locking solution compatible with most Kensington keyed laptop locks.

The LandingZone 2.0 PRO works with the recent MacBook Air 2012 to 2013 and docks four USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort pass-through to Thunderbolt or non-Thunderbolt monitors and devices.

The LandingZone 2.0 LITE has dual USB 3.0 ports, which dock two USB devices at the same time for travelers and low-power users.

The original LandingZone 1.0 PRO for MacBook Air 2010-2011 was launched over Kickstarter in 2011. It continues to offer older MacBook Air computers a security solution, while providing four USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort docking to Apple and non-Apple displays.

Most of LandingZone products are available through distribution from D&H Distributing Co. and Dr. Bott. They are currently available on Amazon, from LandingZone.net, and from selected retailers.  

About LandingZone

LandingZone is name of the unique line of docking stations developed by infiniWing, Inc. Founded in 2010 with offices in San Jose, CA, infiniWing, Inc is an adventurous Silicon Valley company building docking accessories for Apple users. LandingZone products are used worldwide by individuals, businesses, government and educational institutions. Like LandingZone on Facebook or follow them on Twitter @landingzonedock.

Media Contact: Rachel Notor, LandingZone, 408-506-7262, [email protected]

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