Kensington introduces two new Universal Notebook Docking Stations, sd400v and sd300v. These docking stations allow users to to connect their display, mouse, keyboard and speakers to any notebook PC though a single simple USB 2.0 connection, turning notebooks into desktops in a snap.
Kensington’s new docks are DisplayLink Certified, supporting up to 2048×1152 HD resolution. The sd400v Universal Notebook Docking Station with VGA/DVI and Ethernet (model K33926US)provides VGA/DVI connector as well as Ethernet port while the sd300v Universal Notebook Docking Station with VGA/DVI (model K33930US) gets only VGA/DVI. They both have five USB 2.0 ports and frony audio ports. The sd400v has an auto-install design. These two docking stations work with all brands of notebooks running Windows XP, Windows Vista as well as Apple’s Mac with Max OS X 10.4.11/10.5.5 or above. They are priced at $149.99 and $129.99 respectively.
Also introduced is the Kensington Universal Multi-Display Adapter (model K33928US) that allows you to add an addition monitor to any desktop or laptop PC via USB port. It costs $79.99.