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Thank you, Kensington. The company has made its line of USB 3.0 Docking Stations and Multi-Display Adapter products compatible with Mac OS X. Now sporting a new DisplayLink driver for the Mac, Kensington’s productivity devices will work with OS X 10.6 and higher.
The new compatibility enables Mac users to supplement connectivity to their devices, including MacBook Air, Pro or iMac. Using either of the Kensington USB 3.0 Docking Stations and Multi-Display Adapter, Apple users can now add multiple monitors, use additional USB ports, and leverage Gigabit Ethernet for fast data connection.
There are two models. The US$169.99 version (pictured) has DVI/HDMI/VGA video capability. The $199.99 version has dual DVI/HDMI/VGA video capability.
Both support one-touch USB connectivity, high speed data transfer of up to 5Gbps, 1080 HD video support, and HDM 1.3. They also boasts a slim, low-profile design with a built-in security slot.
For more info go to www.kensington.com .