Get an increase in speed and power by utilizing the latest USB 3.0 technology for your workstation. The Targus USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Dual Video Docking Station offers dual video ports that deliver beyond HD video and graphics up to 2048 x 1152 (1x DVI-I, 1x HDMI) to two monitors. In addition, it includes a DVI to VGA adapter, 1 HDMI to DVI adapter, 2 USB 3.0 ports for your USB 3.0 peripherals and 4 USB 2.0 ports for all of your USB 2.0 items. The docking station also features integrated universal laptop charging (patent pending) that is compatible with most 90W PC laptops. The universal power tips are conveniently stored inside the dock for quick and easy access. Also included are a Gigabit Ethernet port, audio In/Out ports to connect speakers and a security lock slot to help secure the dock and avoid theft. A 6.15A AC adapter and 2ft USB 3.0 cable is also included to help make it easy to connect your device to a complete workstation – including dual monitors, mouse, keyboard, printer and other peripherals you may need by simply docking your laptop. The docking station also has two high-powered USB ports, providing extra power and stays on even when the laptop is disconnected.
Wifi Autoswitch Utility (For Business Users) Improve your network performance by offering your wireless users greater security in addition to the maximum bandwidth available. The Wifi Autoswitch Utility ensures that your office/desk users are connected to the wired LAN and reduces redundant network connections by decreasing the number of open ports and eliminating IP address conflicts.
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Multiple monitors increase productivity over 50%
Real Estate & energy cost saving/eliminating applications: Hoteling/Hot-Desking/Shared Workspace
Green: one docking solution for the rest of your life, less e-waste
Security and Speed: Wired GbE in lieu Wireless LAN
CYOD: Macbook and PC compatible, independent of brand
Conference Rooms: Ubiquitous single USB connection for TV/Projectors and the LAN
Software development: run VM on one monitor and host OS on another
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