kensington universal dockKensington has just launched two new USB docking stations that you can use to add a few USB ports and other I/O jacks to your computer. One of the most interesting bits is that the Kensington Universal Notebook Docking Stations include DisplayLink technology that lets you connect an external display via a USB port.

What that means is you can plug your printer, monitor, speakers, and other peripherals into the dock, and hook up your laptop via a single USB connection, making it easy to grab your laptop and go or connect it to all of your peripherals at once.

Kensington has two different versions of the dock. The $150 model has an Ethernet jack while the $130 version doesn’t. Both have 5 USB ports, DVI and VGA inputs, and audio I/O ports. They can support display resolutions up to 2048 x 1152 pixels.

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