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Kensington video station supports MacBooks

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Tue May 20, 2008

Kensington supports Mac

Kensington on Tuesday unveiled an update to its sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video, announcing a new beta software which supports the various MacBook computers. The sd200v allows users to extend the machine's capabilities by offering an external VGA display connection, keyboard, mouse, or up to five USB device connections through a single USB port. The sd200v is available from Kensington for $140, while the updated beta driver is located on the company's website.

"We're proud to give Mac users this best of both worlds solution - from mobility outside the home to higher comfort and productivity within it," said Frederic Frappereau, Global Product Manager for Kensington. "A good notebook provides mobile users with just what they need away from home, while our sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video gives them all the functionality of the desktop when they want it, in a simple and easy to use fashion. They no longer need to waste time plugging in multiple devices or dealing with complicated monitor setup procedures."



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