Logitech’s Logi Dock Flex

Logitech tries to fix hotdesking headaches with $699 Logi Dock Flex

Logitech’s latest $699 USB-C docking station is designed to make hot-desking even easier, thanks to new built-in desk booking software.

The Logi Dock Flex is an all-in-one USB-C docking station, built specifically to alleviate some of the stresses of hybrid work environments. The standout feature, something not typically available on standard docking stations, is the eight-inch display that sits above the base with all the ports.

On the front of the station are a pair of USB-C ports, and a single USB-A port. There are two more USB-A ports on the back, just in case you need more, along with one more additional USB-C port.

The back of the Logi Dock Flex also supports a Kensington lock slot and a gigabit ethernet port. The new docking station supports up to a pair of external 4K monitors, via the HDMI port and DisplayPort.

The docking station can supply up to 100W of charging power to a connected laptop.

That eight-inch touchscreen supports different work tools, including Zoom Workspace and Microsoft’s Teams. It can also be used to do the simple things, like show a calendar, away messages, or photographs.

Logitech’s new desk booking software works via Logitech Sync.

The Logi Dock Flex will be available in one color, off-white, and retail for $699 when it launches in the fall of 2023. Logitech’s desk booking software is free and available starting May 24. The Logi Dock Flex is the successor to Logitech’s Logi Dock, which launched in late 2021.

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