Toshiba’s newest docking station features DVI graphics, 4 USB ports, audio, and Ethernet jcks. And it connects to your computer with just a single USB port. That allows you to connect a printer, mouse, monitor, and other goodies to your netbook or notebook with minimal fuss. Most netbooks have a few USB ports, but this sort of docking station lets you leave your peripherals plugged into the dock so that you can just plug a single USB connector into your laptop when you want to hook up a number of devices all at once.

The Dynadock V can handle external displays with resolutions up to 1920 x 1080. Of course, this ain’t the first docking station from Toshiba, but it’s one of the smallest to date, measuring just 6.13″ x 3″ x 1.31″ and weighing less than 10 ounces.

The dock will be available for $120 starting in February.

via SlashGear

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