New desk dock that utilize charging pins!!

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It seems to me that those pins would hold a stable contact only if there is something pressing the phone against them, like a snap bracket on the top. Otherwise, it seems they might loose contact often.
 

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It's by contact. Wouldn't the weight of the phone just keep contact? My Logitech Harmony charges by contacts and the remote just sets on top.
 

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It seems to me that those pins would hold a stable contact only if there is something pressing the phone against them, like a snap bracket on the top. Otherwise, it seems they might loose contact often.

What planet are you from? Here on Earth, gravity is pretty reliable.
:p
 

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What planet are you from? Here on Earth, gravity is pretty reliable.
:p

LOL cute :). Yeah, I had a charging dock for my Blackberry 9700. I just rested the phone in the dock & it stayed connected to the charging contacts. As long as it's a loose fit, gravity should be enough. However, that also means that the dock needs to be on a totally flat surface.
 

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It's not OEM, but it looks exactly what many have been waiting for:

T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Docking Station - MyShop168

Checked the website today... says the dock officially starts shipping March 25th for $29.95 with free shipping. If it works with the pins, is anyone going to get this?

T-Mobile My Touch 4G Docking Station - MyShop168

Hi guys. Why can't I buy this?? Is this sold ANYWHERE else but on that site??
Also, this doesn't look like an official HTC product. Does HTC make the, yet??
 
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