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Look out, cable pundits, your next must-have gadget has arrived. Kensington's Wireless USB Docking Station is pretty straightforward -- you simply plug in up to five USB devices along with your external monitor in order to access all of those gizmos sans cabling from your Wireless USB-enabled machin

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Kensington has been touting its DisplayLink Dual Monitor Adapter since before it even had a product to show off, but the company's now apparently finally gotten its act together and pushed the device out the door. Like similar devices, this one will let you add a second monitor with nothing more th

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Sure, there are already a handful of options out there for extending the life of your iPhone / iPod battery, but since when have we been ones to gripe about a little competition? Kensington has just introduced a standard and miniature version of its Battery Pack and Charger for iPhone / iPod, which

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Sure, there are already a handful of options out there for extending the life of your iPhone / iPod battery, but since when have we been ones to gripe about a little competition? Kensington has just introduced a standard and miniature version of its Battery Pack and Charger for iPhone / iPod, which

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While it hasn't gone so far as to take advantage of DisplayLink's wireless USB video card know-how, Kensington has turned to the company for some help with its new USB Dual Monitor Adapter, which should still get the job doe even it adds a bit more clutter to your desk. Somewhat notably, this one in

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Kensington continues to roll out new products, and while the SD200V laptop dock may not come with as much marketing hyperbole as that magnetic keyboard, the vertical form factor is a unique take on the usually-unattractive dock concept. Other than that, however, the SD200V isn't really packing a lo

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In addition to those hyperbole-laden mice and keyboards Kensington introduced the other day, the company also busted out a whole range of other accessories, including everything from FM transmitters to power adapters to notebook cases. On that first front, the company has introduced no less than fo

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Just months after Philips went nuts and introduced a plethora of new input peripherals, Kensington is pulling a similar move by launching its colorful Ci Lifestyle Collection of wireless mice and keyboards. Each device was designed to be as thin as comfortably possible, sport advanced power saving a

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Kensington's 7-in-1 ExpressCard Media Reader fits nice and snug in your ExpressCard notebook (we're looking at you MacBook Pro owners) so you can pull off pictures and what have you at USB2 speeds, nary a cord in sight. ExpressCard EVDO users might want to consider another solution but if your Expr

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Ever wonder what that \"RDS\" function was on your car stereo? Now your iPod has the ability to show you, as this particular FM transmitter takes full advantage of the often overlooked feature. The folks at Kensington are releasing yet another iPod FM transmitter into the mix, but have added quite a

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In the past, Kensington's security solutions have been far from infallible, but they're hoping their new line of locks will raise the bar when it comes to thwarting would-be laptop snatchers. The MicroSaver uses a carbon-tempered steel cable and traditional locking mechanism, while the MicroSaver D

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Just as we anticipated, Kensington has released that laptop dock we heard about a few months ago featuring Newnham Research's \"NIVO\" technology for connecting external monitors through a USB connection. Using only one USB hook-up to your notebook, the wedge-shaped (for keeping your machine cool) Not

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