I'm not the kind of person that can work from a notebook all the time. I can work from a notebook in a pinch, but I want more power and a much larger screen than any notebook offers. If you are the sort who works form a notebook all the time, but you want a larger screen and a full size keyboard and mouse when in the office or at home, a new docking station from source R&D has debuted.
The docking station is called the Warpia Easy Dock and the device allows any Mac or Windows notebook to connect to an external display, mouse, and keyboard with one USB dongle and no wires. The wireless dongle that plugs into the laptop is about the size of your average USB WiFi adapter.
The part of the device that the screen and peripherals attach to has a pair of USB ports and a DVI output for your display. The device supports screens with resolutions of up to 1400 x 1050. The Easy Dock will sell for $149.99 and uses Wisair tech inside.
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