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We just got picked up on Engadget!

Engadget's Henge Docks Post

Engadget just picked us up! They had a surprisingly positive outlook on the Henge Dock...

Out of nowhere, Henge Docks has emerged in order to provide a solution to your MacBook docking woes, and we've got to say -- for a first try, the products being offered up here look mighty fine.
The traffic has brought the servers to crawl, in fact we had so many orders in the first hour our credit card processor contacted us to congratulate us on the traffic! Read more at Engadget

6 Comments

Alex Lee
Alex Lee

March 17, 2014

Just filled out my pre-order. I’m getting one to use as an HTPC dock. But what I’d really like to see (or buy for that matter), is a dock based on the same principle, but horizontal (i.e. I’d like to use the MB’s screen as a secondary screen).

Awesome design, and a very reasonable price. Congratulations on the product launch, and on its (very, very) likely success!

PS: I couldn’t find anything about the warranty on the dock?

Matthew Vroom
Matthew Vroom

March 17, 2014

Good catch, that was an error in the illustration. It should be fixed soon!

Martin
Martin

March 17, 2014

On the select your MacBook page more specifically the 15-inch MacBook Pro Aluminum Unibody Mid 2009 – Mid 2010, seems like the audio jack labels have been inverted on the drawings. The drawing shows the audio in port labelled with “audio out”, and the audio out port labelled with “audio in”.

Matthew Vroom
Matthew Vroom

March 17, 2014

Good catch! The production units are setup with the Mini-DVI connection, it was an error on the illustration only. We’re fixing the diagram as I speak…

soic
soic

March 17, 2014

I think that you got wrong port layout on white or black plastic Macbook 2006-mid 2009. Those Macbooks had mini-DVI connection for video output not Mini Display Port. I hope that error is just on picture, not on the real product

Matthew Vroom
Matthew Vroom

March 17, 2014

We have a 30 day money back guarantee in place. There’s not much that can go wrong with the dock, but we want our customers to be happy with the system so we’ll do everything we reasonably can to help out a customer if they have a problem at any point.

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