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Oh, what a tangled web: Uni Matrix will solve all your charging and organizational needs

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By 2020, it’s expected that the average person will have at least four connected devices. And that means (in addition to a lot of distraction), a whole lot of cords. And if the thought of tangled wires tangles your heartstrings, don’t worry — Uni Matrix is here to help. It’s a smart modular charging dock which promises to serve as a device that can “charge, dock, and organize all your electronics in one dedicated place.” While each of the modules functions independently, Uni Matrix claims to really come to life when all the pieces are connected (by magnets), at which point the charging dock functions as “an all-in-one solution for all your electronics.”

So which electronics precisely does it serve? Whether you have an Android or iOS phone, Apple Watch, Kindle, iPad, or other tablet, you can stick it in the Uni Matrix.

Each module is self-contained, and keeps cables and cords out of sight. The modules also make for easy cable storage when you’re traveling, which means you don’t have to worry about removing a knotted mess from your suitcase at the end of the day. Simply wrap you cable in any one of the modules, and lock in the USB-end. Because all modules are light and durable, you won’t be adding any extra weight to your luggage, either.

Using a single outlet, the Uni Matrix allows you to charge up to four devices, and also promises overcharging, overheating, and short circuit protection, as well as worldwide compatibility thanks to its 110V to 240V input power sources.

The charging dock is available in three different packages — the Mini, Standard, and Pro, each of which comes with a different number of modules. So whether you’re a student or a professional, a single individual or part of a large family, the Uni Matrix probably has a solution for you.

You can pre-order the most basic version of the Uni Matrix now on Kickstarter for around $29.

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