Turn your laptop into a PC with the best docking stations around. Docking stations let you expand the connectivity options of your laptop, making it an even more versatile machine by adding ports such as additional USB ports, Ethernet LAN ports and video connections as well. With a docking station, you are not constantly plugging in and unplugging extra accessories.
A dedicated docking station powers your laptop, drives one or more displays, connects to a wired network, and allows you to keep USB devices (including a full-sized keyboard and mouse) attached. Plug in a single connector, and you are ready to get to work. We carry docking stations from top brands: Belkin, HP, Lenovo and Tripp Lite.
Belkin creates products that help people realize the power of technology and make people’s lives better, easier, and more fulfilling. Their goal is to enhance the technology that connects us to the people, activities, and experiences we love. Their docking stations are small, but powerful. Their adapter’s compact size makes it easy to move between workstations and takes up little desk space when in use.
Lenovo will transform your business with Lenovo’s smarter technology built into each device for increase productivity and collaboration. With a variety of powerful docking stations with available, you will be able to find one with your port specification needs.
HP's goal is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere — around the globe. From desktop to critical infrastructure, Tripp Lite creates products and solutions to power and connect the computers, networking equipment and electronic devices that are our digital world. With their intuitive docking stations, quickly and easily expand your display, network, and device connectivity to customize an always-ready workspace.
With a docking station, you will be able to plug-in and use multiple accessories which connects to your laptop with a separate power cord. Shop the latest docking station technology from top brands. Have a question? Talk to a specialist, now.