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Toshiba Laptop Docking Stations

Open up a whole new world of functionality for netbooks, notebooks and laptops alike with Toshiba laptop docking stations, which act as a one stop shop for all your connectivity needs. There are principally two kinds of Toshiba laptop docking station, one laptop model specific and the other USB enabled to bring desktop capabilities to any make or model of laptop.

What is a Toshiba laptop docking station?

For those new to this technology, the simple explanation is that a Toshiba laptop docking station contains many additional ports to enable a greater number of peripherals to be connected to a single laptop. These peripherals include additional monitors , digital audio speakers, printers, scanners, camcorders, mice, keyboards, external memory drives, USB sticks and more.

Toshiba Hi Speed Port Replicators

Offering all of the advantages of Toshiba laptop docking stations, Toshiba Hi Speed Port Replicators feature a proprietary connector that works exclusively with Toshiba Portege and Tecra notebooks.

Toshiba Dynodock

Toshiba Dynodock laptop docking stations connect to a laptop via a USB connector and are therefore compatible with every laptop make and model that has such a connection, not only laptops manufactured by Toshiba. Dynodocks are stand-alone and ensure a desk area is kept as cable free as can be possible whilst enabling the widest range of peripherals to be connected.

Turn a laptop into a desktop

Toshiba laptop docking stations quickly turn a laptop into a virtual desktop. Connect one, two or three external monitors (depending on need and available docking station ports), connect a keyboard and mouse then plug in speakers and a laptop functions just like a desktop.

Cut expensive wear and tear on laptop sockets

Laptop ports wear and tear with use and are difficult to replace when broken. By connecting via a proprietary connector or USB lead, Toshiba laptop docking stations negate the need to continually plug and unplug peripherals, dramatically reducing the risk of damage and prolonging the life of laptop ports.

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