We’re probably amongst many that use MacBook Pros as their sole computer, both at home, at the office (and in between), but plugging in external monitors and USB devices individually is a drag. Enter MacDock Pro, a minimal machined-aluminum docking solution that plugs to a single USB 3.0 and a DisplayPort port on the left side of your notebook. MacDock Pro splits into 3 USB 3.0 ports, a DisplayPort and an auxiliary audio jack, letting you hook up a slew of devices with just a single plug. Also available in a mini version that omits audio functionality and USB splitting; both are compatible with all MacBook Pro models since summer 2009, save Retina – for now.
Hit up Kickstarter for deets – roughly $105+