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Diamond Multimedia, the same people behind the WPCTVPRO VStream, today announced the DS3900 Ultra Dock USB3.0/2.0 Docking Station. It's like a normal docking station, but even more useful - if you can believe that. In addition to providing an all-in-one solution to hooking your laptop, Ultrabook, or Mac to a variety of devices, the Ultra Dock comes with some additional features.

The dual digital video connections on the dock are HDMI and DVI, with each supporting resolutions up to 2048x1152. A BC1.2 capable USB quick charging port allows you to rapidly charge your mobile devices. And of course Gigabit Ethernet capabilities ensure that everything works blazingly fast.

The DS3900 Ultra Dock USB3.0/2.0 is available now in the U.S. through Amazon, Fry's Electronics, NewEgg, MicroCenter and TigerDirect. In Canada, you can pick it up at Best Buy and Future Shop. The dock is retailing for $129.99. Check out the press release below for all the details.

Full Press Release »

Diamond Multimedia Announce DS3900 USB Docking Station with Dual Video Powered by DisplayLink’s Award Winning DL-3900

PALO ALTO, Calif. & CHATSWORTH, Calif. --
Diamond Multimedia, manufacturer of popular multimedia products and DisplayLink®, the leading provider of USB Graphics technology today announced the new DS3900 Ultra Dock USB3.0/2.0 Docking Station with Dual Video, based on DisplayLink’s award winning DL-3900 silicon and software.

With the new DisplayLink Certified Diamond DS3900 Ultra Dock, any laptop, Ultrabook, or Mac can aggregate all peripheral connections seamlessly via one simple USB cable. The DS3900 Ultra Dock provides dual digital video connections via HDMI and DVI, supporting resolutions up to 2048x1152 for each display, Gigabit Ethernet, and stereo speaker connectivity. A BC1.2 capable USB quick charging port enables rapid charging for mobile devices such as iPads and iPhones. USB expansion ports allow connectivity for hard drives, printers, scanners, keyboard/mouse etc all via a single simple USB Plug-and-Display connection.

“DisplayLink and Diamond Multimedia have partnered on several products including wired and wireless PC to TV such as the VStream Wireless UWB product. We are excited to add DisplayLink USB Docking to their well established product portfolio,” said John Cummins, Vice President Sales and Marketing. “The new Diamond DS3900 enables tablet and notebook users to realize a complete desktop environment for productivity all via a single USB cable connection.”

“USB Docking Stations offer complete flexibility for users and businesses alike and further expand our portfolio of multimedia connectivity products,” said Bruce Zaman, CEO Diamond Multimedia, “DisplayLink was the obvious choice for us given the considerable installed base of users globally. Our products are DisplayLink Certified which ensures they work seamlessly with our existing DisplayLink enabled products and all other DisplayLink Certified products globally.”

The DS3900 Ultra Dock supports all Intel-based PC platforms with operating systems support for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 Pro, and Mac OSX. The HDMI and DVI, dual digital video connections provide the ability for users to easily spread out applications across 3 displays (including the PC or tablet host platform), dramatically increasing productivity. Tablets are transformed from a content consumption device to a content creation device and notebooks are no-longer tethered to the desk by peripheral cables. Whether in the home or office, the DS3900 can enable a hot desk environment providing business users or families complete flexibility.

Pricing and Availability
The new DS3900 Ultra Dock Dual Video USB 3.0/2.0 Docking Station is available in U.S. via Amazon, Fry’s Electronics, NewEgg, MicroCenter and TigerDirect and in Canada via BestBuy Canada and Futureshops at an MSRP of $129.99 USD. For more information visit Diamond Multimedia website, Latest DisplayLink drivers can be downloaded here or for more information on DisplayLink visit www.displaylink.com