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Toshiba Dynadocks USB docking station
Ralf Jurrien : January 12th 2008 - 18:32 CET
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ToshibaToshiba Dynadocks USB docking station : Toshiba announced the availability of three Toshiba Dynadock USB docking stations. The Dynadocks help users get the best multimedia or cinematic experience from a notebook PC by enabling connection to multiple displays, 7.1 surround speakers and broadband networks. Available in silver or mist grey, the Toshiba Dynadocks have a sleek upright design. A onecable connection allows the Dynadock to connect with any notebook computer featuring a USB 2.0 port, making the set-up time virtually nil. All Dynadocks are Windows Vista compatible. The Dynadock USB Docking Station (DVI+VGA) are available from 30th August 2007 and the Dynadock HDMI version at the end of 2007, starting from €129.00 (Euro).
Toshiba USB docking station

Toshiba USB docking station
The Toshiba Dynadocks are available in VGA/RGB, DVI and HDMI versions to connect the PC to multiple external monitors, a TV or HDMI compatible HD TVs, underscoring Toshiba’s commitment to delivering a High Definition experience across a range of technology connectivity platforms. The Toshiba Dynadock has six USB 2.0 ports: four standard ports on the back and two hot USB ports on the front that provide an uninterrupted flow of power for charging devices such as PDAs or MP3 players simultaneously even if the notebook itself is switched off. The Toshiba Dynadock also features serial, headphone, microphone and Ethernet ports.

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The Computer Systems Division of Toshiba Europe GmbH is a leading vendor for mobile computing solutions. Headquartered in Neuss, Germany, the Computer Systems Division of Toshiba Europe GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toshiba Corporation, the world's eighth-largest computer and electronics company. Toshiba Corporation is a leader in information and communications systems, electronic components, consumer products and power systems. The company's integration of these wide-ranging capabilities assures its position as an innovator in advanced components, products and systems. Toshiba has more than 191,000 employees worldwide and annual sales of US$60 billion.





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