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Kensington Universal Notebook Docking Station SD120 Audio, Ethernet and USB - K33949/4R4J5

One USB connection away from everything you need
Connect one and you're done with the Kensington Universal Docking Station with Ethernet SD120. Simply connect a single USB cable and you'll instantly be connected to your printer, mouse, and keyboard, plus external hard drive. The dock is hot pluggable, so there's no need to shut down your computer.
Universal compatibility with all brands of laptops via USB: Acer®, Apple®, Asus®, Compaq®, Dell®, Gateway®, HP®, IBM®, Lenovo®, Sony®, Toshiba® and more
4 USB 2.0 ports on the back allow you to connect multiple USB devices such as a printer, mouse and keyboard, plus a convenient front USB port for external drives or USB charging
All the port connectivity you need including 10/100 ethernet to maintain internet connection and avoid wireless hang-ups. "Always-on" USB ports charges your mobile devices even when your laptop is shut down
Hot pluggable, so you can connect to the dock and swap devices without shutting down
Mini Tower design reduces desktop footprint, Kensington Security Slot allows you to secure your dock and its connected peripherals (via security cable and cablesaver)
Front Audio ports and back speaker port lets you connect both 2.1 stereo speakers and internet chat headset
Attaches easily to the Kensington Universal Docking Station with Ethernet SD120 and should be used with an external keyboard and mouse (all sold separately)
Docking station will not provide power to your laptop, but provide connectivity to peripherals via a single USB cable

Operating Systems Compatibility: PC and Mac compatible including Windows® 7, Windows® Vista® sp1 (32-bit and 64-bit editions) or later, Windows® XP (sp2, sp3, including Tablet PC editions). Mac® OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2, Mac® OS X Leopard 10.5.8 and Mac® .

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