Toshiba shrinks its universal USB docking station, calls it dynadock V

Darren Murph
D. Murph|01.08.10

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Toshiba shrinks its universal USB docking station, calls it dynadock V
Remember when Toshiba launched its original dynadock back at CES 2007? Man, those were good times. But trust us -- not nearly as good as right now. The outfit has just pushed out the dynadock V here in Vegas, which is out and about only a few months after the dynadock wireless U was spotted. Essentially, this Windows-friendly device "offers the universal compatibility of its predecessor, the dynadock U, in a smaller package." It's half the size and one-third thinner, with four USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet LAN connectivity, a Sleep-and-Charge USB port and a 3.5mm audio in / out socket. There's also an integrated video card that supports a single DVI or VGA monitor with up to 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, though you won't find this even the least bit interesting if you roll in the OS X / Linux crowds. Check it next month for $119.99.
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