Toshiba Adds Wireless to Multi-Monitor Computing

Posted by at 6:53 pm on November 1, 2009

Toshiba’s new universal dynadock wireless U USB docking station features wireless USB technology that is designed to eliminate the need for a cable between the docking station and laptop, even for displaying multi-monitor graphics. With DisplayLink’s DL-160 silicon and software solution integrated into the dock, users can wirelessly connect their laptops to an extra VGA or DVI monitor with up to 1680 x 1050 resolution.

Coupled with the docking station’s “automatic connectivity” feature, that means laptop users in wireless range quickly and seamlessly access the productivity of an additional monitor -“ giving them more screen space for business tools, social media applications and other online programs they need. In addition, business travelers surfing from desk to desk can slide into any docking station area and be working on a bigger screen in an instant.

“DisplayLink’s USB graphics technology is key to helping Toshiba deliver on the promise of a -˜world without wires,'” said Dennis Crespo, executive vice president of marketing and business development for DisplayLink. “The dynadock wireless U has universal compatibility that is sure to be appealing to businesses and consumers alike.”

The new dynadock wireless U USB docking station follows the previous generation of dynadock U USB-connected docking stations, which also relied on DisplayLink technology to deliver graphics via USB.

Other features of the new wireless dock include a “one touch” undock button to ensure all peripherals shut down properly when undocking, six USB 2.0 ports including two that provide power to charge cell phones and MP3 players, dedicated wireless radio, and easy-to-install video and audio drivers. It will be compatible with all versions of Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and Mac OS X and Snow Leopard.

The Toshiba dynadock wireless U USB docking station is available from major consumer electronics and computer stores or at for an estimated retail price of $299.99. For more information, visit

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