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Warpia Easy Dock lets notebooks become desktops

updated 02:30 pm EST, Tue March 9, 2010

Warpia Easy Dock connects notebooks to desktops

Source R&D has announced the upcoming release of its Warpia Easy Dock, which lets users access the processing power of their notebooks via a desktop interface. The dock relies on Wisair's Wireless USB and includes a dongle that plugs into the notebook as well as a receiver that connects to a display, mouse, keyboard and speakers. The image from the notebook, along with peripheral data automatically transmitted to the desktop setup from up to 30 feet away, with resolutions as high as 1400x1050.

The Warpia Easy Dock is pitched as an option for students that want a docking station for when they return home, business users who perform presentations and any other user who prefers a notebook but often needs its extra feature.

Source's dock costs $150 and is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP in addition to Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard.





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