Warpia Easy Dock Provides A Universal Docking Station For Your Existing Notebook - HotHardware
Warpia Easy Dock Provides A Universal Docking Station For Your Existing Notebook

Warpia Easy Dock Provides A Universal Docking Station For Your Existing Notebook

Docking stations are great; they allow notebooks to become entirely more functional at one's main work desk, and they allow them to become connected with an array of already-place peripherals (printers, mice, monitors, etc.) The only problem that is few notebooks are designed with docking stations that match perfectly, and those that are are generally just normal business notebooks with lackluster specifications and boring designs. If you've been wishing that a docking station were made for your notebook, the Easy Dock may be it.

Source R&D has just introduced the Warpia Easy Dock, which essentially is a wireless docking station for any notebook. It's universal in nature and requires only a free USB 2.0 port on a notebook in order to work. It's totally plug-and-play, and it wirelessly sends out video and accessory signals that hit a receiver that's attached to a small dock that resides on your desk. That dock can handle 2 USB accessories as well as a DVI output, giving you enough to have an external keyboard, external mouse and monitor continually plugged in for use with your home-based notebook.

The monitor can use a resolution as high as 1400x1050, and it works with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard. It's available starting now for $149.99, but honestly, we're looking forward to a version that takes advantage of more bandwidth so we can use our 1080p monitors without any lag or pixel problems.


Source R&D Debuts Wireless Laptop Docking Station for Mac & PC Users

Easy Dock brings your laptop content to your desktop computing environment for convenient use of speakers, mouse, keyboard & external monitor

SAN JOSE, California, Mar. 9 – Source R&D announced today the availability of the Warpia Easy Dock, which will allow users to wirelessly connect their notebook/netbook/Macbook to any traditional desktop setting.  With the Easy Dock’s straightforward plug-and-play interface, consumers can have both the convenience and portability of a laptop, as well as the comfort of a desktop computer.  Easier on the eyes, ears and hands, users will no longer have to squint at a miniature screen, deal with a below average sound quality, or fumble with a tiny keyboard.

Based on wireless technology from Wisair, a leading provider of single-chip based Wireless USB solutions, the Easy Dock consists of a USB dongle that connects to your laptop and a receiver that connects to your monitor, mouse, keyboard, and speakers.  Your laptop will instantly recognize the dongle and begin submitting a wireless signal to the receiver, transmitting the image with a resolution of up to1400×1050 to your monitor’s screen.

“Perfect for professionals working from home, students on-the-go, or families with both MacBook and PC laptops, the Easy Dock gives customers ultimate portability and comfort,” says Marc Levaggi, VP of Marketing for Source R&D.  “They can take their compact notebook to business meetings, while still having the option to do more intensive work at home with a full-size keyboard and monitor.  It’s also a great solution for those who want to play media on high quality speakers.”

Compared to other laptop docks on the market, Easy Dock stands out for its wireless quality; adding capability without contributing to cable clutter.  Priced affordably at $149.99, the Easy Dock and works with Windows 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X Leopard, and Snow Leopard.  For more information, please visit http://warpia.com/Product_Guide-Easy_Dock.pdf.
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This seems like a very useful device, especially with the wireless connectivity. I don't like the video capabilities though, especially seeing that more and more notebooks come with either 1900 or 1600 resolution by default now.

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HD Player, what is the point. if you need your music to port over to your desktop, use a usb drive, or network your laptop and plug in the lan.

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