A company called Plugable introduces the DC-125, an integrated zero client/thin client device with universal docking station capabilities that uses DisplayLink USB virtual graphics technology. As an universal docking station, the DC-125 connects a laptop computer to an extra display, speakers, and two USB 2.0 ports, all from a single USB cable. It can also be used as a zero client device to affordably turn one PC into many, using easy USB connections to create multi-seat computing, pairing one dock per workstation and for a total of up 14 workstations.
The Plugable DC-125 supports standard VGA display up to 1280×1024 or 1440×900. It works as a laptop dock with Windows XP, Vista, Win7 and Mac OS X, and as a client station with Windows Multipoint Server 2011 or 2010 and with Userful Multiseat Linux 2011.
The Plugable DC-125 docking client is available for $64.95.