if you happen to be using a MacBook Air and has just made a New Year’s resolution to reduce your desktop clutter, then there is good news for you and the this good news comes in the form of the LandingZone by infiniWing. now, the name doesn’t exactly tells it all but the LandingZone is actually a handsome docking station designed specifically to fit your 11- or 13-inch MacBook Air. the LandZone has three models to its name: the Pro 1.0, Lite 2.0, and Pro 2.0. the Pro 1.0 was a successfully funded Kickstarter project ended early 2012 and it is designed to fit late-2010 to mid-2012 MBA, while the Lite and Pro 2.0 are upcoming models to fit mid-2012 Air. features of the Pro model include four USB 2.0 ports (USB 3.0 for the Pro 2.0), an Ethernet port, a mini DisplayPort, Kensington lock port, on/off status light and power supply. the Lite is a basic model that offers the same sleek design but differs by two USB 3.0 pass-through ports and a cutout for Thunderbolt. the docking station is particularly useful if you use the Air with an external display and even more so, if you have USB peripherals hooked up to it. instead of spending precious minutes to hook each of the cables to the Air, all you need to do is to lock your MBA into the LandingZone’s snug dock (there’s a lever to insure that) and you are all set. the LandingZone not only eliminates your (lack of) USB woe with the Air but also improves the air circulation around the Air. the LandingZone Pro 1.0 goes for $179 while the Lite and the Pro 2.0 models are available for pre-order for $99 and $199, respectively. shipment of pre-orders is expected to be from mid-January to late January 2013. check out the product video after the break.