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The dynadock V USB Docking Station with Video from Toshiba is a versatile docking station that eliminates the need for complicated cable attachment each time you want to dock your laptop. The docking station connects to laptops using a single USB cable, allowing true, instant plug-and-play connectivity to your home peripherals. The dynadock has a built-in video card, supporting both analog VGA and digital DVI monitors. A sleep-and-charge USB port on the front of the unit allows you to charge smartphones and media players even when the docking station is powered down. The slim profile ensures a small footprint on your desk.
One cable connection from your PC to all your devices
Built-in HD Digital Video card supports up to 1920 x 1080 resolution
Provides four USB 2.0 ports - one front Sleep-and-Charge USB port supplying power even if PC is off
Space-saving upright slim design reduces cable clutter on your desk space
Ability to view up to three displays simultaneously
Only one monitor at a time can be connected to the dynadock V. Three displays include PC display, external display connected to the PC, external display connected to dynadock.
Hot swappable - add or remove most devices without rebooting the PC
Headphone and microphone jack for VoIP or voice instant messaging
Universal compatibility with all Windows-based PCs, including Windows 7 and Vista (32- or 64-bit)
In the Box
Toshiba dynadock V USB Docking Station with Video
CD w/ Software
Quick Start Guide
1-Year Limited Warranty
Table of Contents
1x RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet
1x 3.5mm Microphone
1x 3.5mm Headphone
4x USB Type A
1x USB Type B (Upstream)
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Not Specified by Manufacturer
1.3 x 6.1 x 3" (3.3 x 15.5 x 7.6cm)
9.9 oz (281g)
Toshiba dynadock V USB Docking Station with Video Review