A Toshiba Dynadock V for Every Notebook PC

Monday May 17th 2010 by James Alan Miller
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A docking station gives mobile employees flexibility as they come and go from the office, and Toshiba's docking station offers one-plug connectivity between any notebook PC and a host of peripherals.

If you wanted to connect your notebook PC to a monitor, keyboard or other office-bound peripherals you needed a docking station designed for your notebook's exact make and model. That was fine until you bought a new notebook and were faced with paying even more money to replace your docking station.

Multiply that by the number of mobile employees in your small business and it can make a serious dent in your IT budget. Toshiba's docking station works with just about any notebook, which makes it convenient and affordable alternative. HardwareCentral has the full review.


Supporting multiple notebook computers in a corporate environment just got easier with Toshiba's introduction of the Dynadock V ($120) -- a surprisingly small universal dock that's compatible with just about every laptop PC under the sun.

Traditionally, manufacturers offer specific docking stations for specific models, or at least for a particular series of notebooks. A user snaps his or her laptop into a specially designed and molded docking station, which connects the computer to an external monitor, keyboard, mouse, office network, and so on.

Read the complete Toshiba docking station review

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