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- Quantity: 99
- Weight: 1.90 Lbs
- UPC: 085896339304
- Vendor Part #: K33930USK33930US
Turn your notebook into a desktop in one simple step with the Kensington Universal Notebook Docking Station with VGA/DVI. Simply plug a single USB cable into your notebook and youre instantly connected to a high-resolution monitor, printer, speakers- everything you need. Theres no more plugging and unplugging your peripherals; they remain connected to the docking station.
|Manufacturer||Kensington Computer Products Group|
|Manufacturer Part Number||K33930US|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.kensington.com|
|Product Name||K33930US Universal Notebook Docking Station|
|Product Type||Port Replicator|
|Ports||1 x Audio Line In|
1 x Audio Line Out
1 x Audio Out
5 x 4-pin Type A USB 2.0 USB
1 x 15-pin HD-15 VGA
|Package Contents||K33930US Universal Notebook Docking StationUSB Cable2.5Amp Wall Power AdapterDVI to VGA AdapterQuick Start GuideCD for Software Driver|
|Additional Information||Plug-n-play and hot pluggable, so you can connect to the dock and swap devices without shutting downConnect to your high-resolution monitor, printer, keyboard and mouse, external hard drive and more from your notebook"Always-on" USB ports charges your mobile devices even when your notebook is shut downFront Audio ports and back speaker port lets you connect both 2.1 stereo speakers and internet chat headsetMini tower design reduces desktop footprint. Security slot allows you to secure your dock and its connected peripherals (via security cable and cable saver)Docking station will not provide power to your laptop, but provide connectivity to peripherals via a single USB cable|
|Standard Warranty||2 Year Limited|
|Submited By: Joshua L. Jones on 01/28/2010|
I have a late 2006 MacBook Pro and it works great running a 1080p monitor. It s slightly laggy but I don t even notice it even when watching videos. Highly recommend it!
|Submited By: J. Warren on 05/11/2010|
This dock works perfectly with my laptop, 23" monitor, wireless keyboard and trackball mouse, external HD, printer and Wifi router! This dock was purchased as my older Targus dock didn t have the newer resolutions to support my new 23" monitor. It was so easy to install, setup and when I plug it in, everything automatically syncs and works to the settings I set for all components. And a great price after doing much research.
|Submited By: C. Purdy on 05/26/2010|
If you have a MacBook Pro, you can connect a monitor to the notebook via an inexpensive adapter. This Kensington dock product allows you to connect a second monitor to the notebook so that you have a total of three screens including the notebook screen.
If you follow these instructions, then this device works fine with the latest (April 2010 refresh) MacBook Pro notebooks running 10.6.3.
1. Buy and set up the dock but DO NOT INSTALL THE SOFTWARE THAT COMES WITH IT
2. Download the 64-bit driver (currently a beta) from DisplayLink and install it:
The 32-bit driver (which is not a beta) will work fine on Snow Leopard unless you need a portrait mode (screen rotation). The 64-bit driver fixes that. I m running 1200x1920 (the max resolution) in portrait mode with no problems.
Previous to this, I was using ScreenRecycler, which is a lot slower. The video speed of this dock isn t "native", but it s acceptable for browsing and word processing, and it even runs YouTube fine in windowed mode (but NOT in full-screen mode -- you can see the lag).
|Review Average: ||Amount of Reviews|
|4 stars, based on 5|