Toshiba Introduces Wireless Docking Station for Laptops

Toshiba Introduces Wireless Docking Station for Laptops

Anthony Nguyen
Sep 22, 2009

Many of us have been waiting for a reasonably-priced wireless HDMI streaming solution to hit the consumer market for quite some time now. It hasn't happened yet, and it probably won't any time soon. Luckily, Toshiba's solution may be an even better approach to the wireless everything paradigm, allowing you to wirelessly connect your laptop computer to a remote docking station and turn it into a home theater PC.

Toshiba's dynadock wireless U Universal USB docking station (quite a mouthful, we know) features a wireless USB dongle to connect between your PC and multimedia accessories. Simply connect your wireless keyboard, monitor, and mice to the docking station, set your laptop aside, and you're off to browsing like the big wigs on the big screen.

The wireless U dock automatically connects to your PC when in range, which is activated through a one touch undock button. There are 6 USB slots to choose from, so you can even connect printers, an iPod dock, and other accessories if needed. Actually, there's a dedicated "Sleep-and-Charge" port in the front made specifically for charging the iPod, even when the dock is powered off. You also get optical 7.1 out and DVI port that supports up to 1680x1050 resolution.

The best part? It's friendly price tag. You can grab the Toshiba dynadock wireless U docking station for $299. Available next month.

[Via Slashgear]

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