Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Toshiba's New Universal Laptop Docking Station

Toshiba's New Universal Laptop Docking Station

At the Consumer Electronic Show, Toshiba unveiled a new universal laptop docking station. The Dynadock V, the newest member of the company's Dynadock docking station family, is affordable and said to be a huge improvement over the Dynadock U, which came before it. Not only is it half its predecessor's size and one third of its width, but it offers 1800P support, as well.

Basically, it turns your laptop into a dynamic computer system. Plug in all of your accessories and connect them to your laptop with one simple USB cord. The Dynadock V comes with Toshiba's Dynadock utility software which has all video and audio drivers for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

It has a built in HD video card that that allows you to connect to a VGA or DVI monitor and supports up to a 1920 x 1080 resolution. You may also connect to a keyboard, mouse, printer, router, and more. The sleep and charge USB port can supply power to your cell phone and MP3 player, even when the power is off. It provides you with four USB 2.0 ports and most devices can be added or removed without rebooting your laptop. There are headphone and microphone jacks for VOIP or voice instant messaging and the device also features 10/100 LAN, DVI-I USB in and DC in.

The docking station is 3 inches x 1.34 inches x 6.13 inches and weighs only 9.9 ounces. It comes with a one-year limited standard warranty. The device should be available in February and will retail for about $120.00

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