Toshiba dynadock V universal USB docking station

Toshiba now offers its new universal USB docking station – dynadock V  for $119.991. The dynadock V docking stations is “just half the size and one-third thinner” than the dynadock U and offers space saving at home or office and acts as a conduit for add-on peripherals extending computing power to an external monitor, keyboard and mouse, printer, router, headset and other accessories with only one single USB cable plugged into your PC.

Toshiba dynadock VKey product features of the dynadock V include:

  • Enhanced Productivity: Four USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet LAN connectivity and 3.5mm audio in and out for headphones and microphone, the dynadock V optimizes a home, school or office environment. The dynadock V also includes an easy access Sleep-and-Charge2 USB port that supplies power to a cell phone, MP3 player or other device even when the PC is turned off or disconnected from the dynadock V completely.
  • High Resolution: A built-in HD video card allows one to connect an extra VGA or DVI monitor with up to 1920 x 1080 resolution, thus enabling users to connect their small portable laptop to a large HD monitor to surf the web while checking email, watching online videos or working on a report.
  • Easy Software Installation: Toshiba dynadock utility software is included for all video and audio drivers customized for the dynadock V experience. The family of dynadock docking stations offers universal compatibility with all versions of Windows® XP, Windows Vista® and Windows® 7.



Source: Toshiba

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