Brydge, known for its line of keyboards designed for Apple’s iPads, today announced its acquisition of Henge Docks, a company known for its docking solutions for Mac devices.
Brydge says that it wants to create a new range of complementary devices that would “enhance the lives of individuals” and give them a way to seamlessly transition from one device to another.
“We’ve always been major supporters of Henge Docks and their products. This acquisition allows Brydge to accelerate our expansion into a proven category with products that are deeply aligned with our product roadmap. The opportunity to leverage Henge Docks’ reputation in Apple-compatible products, as the springboard into similar products for other key brands such as Microsoft and Google is a milestone for our company and significantly increases our reach in the industry,” said Nick Smith, Co-CEO and Founder of Brydge.
Brydge is aiming to be the leader in “high quality, design-focused peripherals” and says that the Henge Docks acquisition is an “exciting step towards this vision.”
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