Kensington Laptop Desktop USB 2.0 Inexpensive Docking Station

Ed Steele October 2, 2004 3

kensington_laptop_desktop_usb.jpgAs I type this, I am sitting at my desk using a laptop with at least two memory sticks, a USB mouse, and various other accessories connected to an external USB hub. Wouldn’t it be great if someone made a universal laptop dock that had a 4 port USB 2.0 hub that was also padded and would allow you to adjust the height of your screen? If anyone were to make a product like this (Kensington) we would expect it to be really well-priced, well-designed, and easy to use. Oh wait, what’s this on the Kensington website…well what do you know….
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  1. The Gadgets Weblog October 4, 2004 at 8:24 am -

    Kensington Docking station

    GadgetMadness points us to the Kensington Laptop stand/USB Docking station With most peripherals being USB these days, this makes sense. My only question is “Why only 4 ports?” Personally, with the bluetooth dongle, keyboard, trackball, palm cradle, ca…

  2. Ben October 4, 2004 at 2:08 pm -

    I would be concerned a about adequate ventilation with this design. It looks ok, but not great. Perhaps a vetilation grill could be a nice addition.

  3. Guan October 5, 2004 at 5:41 pm -

    Include a DVD drive would be nice, else some people would be very unhappy to eject their DVD from the front.
    Then again, its a cost saving issue, sure they wanted to keep the price under $100