The Octiv Stage Lets You Dock Your iPad However You’d Like It

The Octiv Stage Lets You Dock Your iPad However You’d Like It

There’s no shortage of iPad docks out there, but most offerings force you to dock in portrait position, which can make typing on your iPad via a Bluetooth keyboard something of a pain.

Altec Lansing’s latest dock, the Octiv Stage, fixes that by allowing you to swivel the iPad when it’s docked between landscape and portrait, while also packing in some impressive speakers to add a little bit of oomph to your iPad’s audio output.

It’s a nice looking dock, if a bit beefy, but unfortunately it has an equally beefy price: $150.

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