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Source R&D ships Wisair-based Warpia Easy Dock wireless docking station

Darren Murph
07.26.10
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It took 'em a few months, but Source R&D is finally ready to save your desktop replacement from those awful cables that are typically required when connecting a bona fide monitor, keyboard and mouse to a laptop. The Wisair-based Easy Dock works with Macs and PCs, with a single USB transceiver used to connect your mobile machine to (just) two hard-wired USB peripherals and a single DVI monitor (with a resolution cap of 1,400 x 1,050 or 1,440 x 900). She's available now for $149.99 at the links below, but make sure you're okay with the aforesaid limits before pulling the trigger.

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Wireless Laptop Docking Station Now Shipping

Warpia Easy Dock brings your laptop/Macbook content to your desktop computing environment for comfortable use of speakers, mouse, keyboard & external monitor

SAN JOSE, California – July 26, 2010 – Source R&D, a company dedicated to bringing single-chip wireless USB solutions to the mainstream, announced that the Warpia Easy Dock is now available for purchase online. The Easy Dock allows users to wirelessly connect their laptop/netbook/Macbook to any traditional desktop setting: a mouse, keyboard, speakers, and a 15-21" external monitor. Consumers can have both the convenience of a laptop and the comfort of a desktop computer. Easier on the eyes, ears and hands, users will no longer have to squint at a miniature screen, deal with a below average sound quality, or fumble with a tiny keyboard.

Key features include:

* High Quality Wireless Transmission - Supports resolutions up to 1400x1050 or 1440x900 (wide). Streams HD video up to 720P and 32-bit True Color depth for high quality images. Relays 48 kHz, 16-bit stereo audio
* Easy Plug-and-Play Interface - Quick setup with pre-associated (paired) Adapters that do not borrow from or slow down your WiFi internet signal. Simply connect the USB dongle to your laptop and a receiver to your monitor, mouse, keyboard, and speakers. Your laptop will instantly recognize the dongle and begin submitting the wireless signal
* PC and Mac Friendly - Compatible with Windows® 7, Windows Vista™, SP2, XP®, SP3, Mac OS X Leopard (10.5), and Snow Leopard (10.6)


"The Easy Dock is the ideal solution for laptop lovers who value portability but long for a more comfortable computing experience at home," says Marc Levaggi, VP of Marketing for Source R&D. "It enables you to work or surf the web without a mess of cables on your desk and without sacrificing visual or audio quality."

Priced affordably at $149.99, the Warpia Easy Dock can now be purchased at Amazon.com and on Warpia's website. BestBuy.com and several nation-wide retailers, including Frys Electronics and Microcenter, will also carry the Easy Dock. For more information or to purchase, please visit www.warpia.com.

About Source R&D:
Source R&D, Inc. is one of the world's premier technology providers, specializing in emerging technologies and innovations. Serving as a vital link in the technology value chain, Source R&D creates sales and profitability opportunities for OEMS, ODMs, vendors and resellers through unique marketing programs, logistics services, backend support, financial services, product aggregation, distribution and superior customer support. For additional details, visit Source R&D web site at www.sourcerandd.com or www.warpia.com.

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