The Micro Dock for the iKey is sitting upright to highlight all the plug ins and port, while the tablet is laying on its back, highlighting the ports that correspond to the dock.
The Panasonic FZ-M1 tablet on the iKey Micro Dock.
The underside of the iKey Micro Dock.
They iKey micro dock alone sitting on a slightly reflective white surface.
The Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet on the iKey Micro Dock.
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The iKey logo in gray, "iKey" with 9 gray triangles in 3 rows to the left of the text.

M1 & G1 Micro Docks

After the success of the Jumpseat Keyboard, iKey saw an opportunity to provide expanded IO and charging for the M1 and G1 tablets, without the overhead of the full keyboard. Pump was able to highly leverage the attachment architecture from the keyboards, to develop secure docking solutions with expanded connectivity.

Because the attachment mechanisms were developed with flexibility in mind, Pump was able to quickly develop, prototype, test, and deploy the docks. Not only did the design scale, but we were able to reuse many parts and hardware from the keyboards to reduce cost, and time to market for two entirely new products.


  • System Architecture
  • Concept Development
  • Detail Design
  • Testing and Refinement

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