Daily Deal: Laptop 9-in-1 Docking Station Stand

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Enjoy your laptop’s supposed portability and convenience with Ledetech’s Laptop Docking Station Stand. Featuring 9 outputs, this dock holds your laptop while it functions as a universal port replicator, allowing you to connect the peripherals you need with ease. The holder has an HDMI, RJ451, SD Card/Micro SD card readers, and more ports that you can use simultaneously with your laptop. With 12.2″ length, this device will add convenience without taking up much space. This holder has full support for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 systems from most manufacturers and models. It’s on sale for $70.

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vilain (profile) says:

No mention of MacOS...stay away

I hope people are noticing that this doesn’t mention Mac AT ALL.

I stopped buying stuff from TechDirt because they have a "no returns" policy and I had to use my credit card company’s chargeback mechanism to get my money back on what I felt was falsely advertised merch.

Classes and books are fine. But I stay away from any merch they sell here.

Ehud Gavron (profile) says:

What kind of special support does a mac need, and what's RJ451?

I love the RJ451 port. I’ve been a fan of registered jacks™ for years, starting out with the RJ-11, then upgrading to the six-pronged RJ-12, then the RJ-48X, a 66-block with an RJ-21, and finally the RJ-45. I can’t wait to find out what the 451 does. (Start a fire and burn down books?)

As to this port replicator I’m not understanding the question about macs. USB port replicators have been around for a long long time. Ethernet (even RJ451!) over USB has been around for over a decade. That only leaves the question of how HDMI works…

It’s nice to be offered deals. I’m not sure "no returns" is worth it, but I’ve not had to return anything and experienced it.

Stay healthy. Stay safe. Stay away from orange people.

Ehud

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