OK, Apple laptops don't have docking stations, (with docking connectors, ala Dells) and that is a mild disappointment. With all the talk of wireless, induction charging, it got me thinking: Does the technology exist today where you could have a 'pad' that you could set your laptop on, and without plugging anything in, it would charge your battery via inductance, and also provide wireless connections via some proprietary wireless protocol for the USB devices plugged into the pad, and 'wireless displayport' or something (I know they have wireless HDMI so...) I know BlueTooth would be laughably unable to perform this duty, but does any wireless technology exist, that could, over such a short range, provide the bandwidth and near zero latency required to pass full speed USB2/3 and 2560x1600+ video wirelessly? Imaging the product: Purchase this docking pad, and all you do is set your Macbook Pro on it, and 'boom' you are connected to the external keyboard, mouse, monitor, USB storage and the laptop starts charging. Networking handled by Wireless N. Possible? I know induction charging has a long way to go before it delivers the juice possible through a plug in wire.