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Toshiba Dynadock V


$120.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Smaller / more compact than the Dynadock U. Expands the number of displays supported by the laptop by 1 - allows users to power a display via USB connection (DVI or VGA connection, up to 1080p resolution). Front USB port is always powered - great for charging your devices without having your laptop on.

The Cons:Will launch at a more expensive price than the Dynadock U which currently sells well under MSRP. USB connection is limited in bandwidth and latency - makes your additional display and devices good for low-intensity use only. Fewer features than the Dynadock U.

The Toshiba Dynadock V is a unique docking station that was created around the idea of providing owners with more desk space and less clutter. Along with 4 USB 2.0 ports and ethernet jacks, the compact and stylish device can connect to a computer or laptop with one single USB port allowing owners to connect to printers and monitors.

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The Toshiba Dynadock V also has DVI graphics and support for 1920x1080 resolution that allows individuals to use a full-size monitor or a second one for increased productivity.

Features

  • Support for 1920x1080 monitor resolution
  • DVI graphics
  • 4 USB 2.0 ports
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Stylish design

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    smaller / more compact than the Dynadock U

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    expands the number of displays supported by the laptop by 1 - allows users to power a display via USB connection (DVI or VGA connection, up to 1080p resolution)

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    front USB port is always powered - great for charging your devices without having your laptop on

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    supports all recent Windows operating systems out of the box

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    can be connected to a wired network, a monitor and 4 USB devices for easy re-attachment to your laptop/netbook through a single USB connection

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    vertical space saving orientation

Cons
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    will launch at a more expensive price than the Dynadock U which currently sells well under MSRP

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    USB connection is limited in bandwidth and latency - makes your additional display and devices good for low-intensity use only

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    fewer features than the Dynadock U

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