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IFA 2019: Targus showcases new docking stations for home office and “flexi-workers”

Targus is showcasing it new docking station range at IFA 2019, heading up by the new DOCK190EUZ.

The range of universal docking station solutions on display will highlight how home office workers and flexi-workers can easily connect multiple peripherals at a time to their laptop, says Targus.

“As modern laptops and devices become slimmer and sleeker, this comes at the expense of the number of ports available for use. Users often struggle to find ways to connect their multiple peripherals – whether they may be screens, mouse, keyboards, phones or headsets – within limited ports,” said the firm. “This is made even more prominent with USB-C emerging as the most common connector, further limiting the options available to users. Docking stations are an innovative option to make the most of the limited number ports on modern devices.”

At IFA, Targus will be promoting the DOCK190EUZ, that allows for Ultra High Definition dual 4K video and up to 100W charging via Power Delivery. This dock boasts a sleek design and its small footprint makes it a great choice for tight spaces.

Other docking stations on display include the ultra-portable DOCK412EUZ, a compact dock that provides essential connectivity ports but fits easily in your bag.

The universal DOCK120EUZ is great for those who haven’t yet upgraded to a USB-C device and it’s entry-level pricing offers affordable connectivity at home with just a single USB 3.0 connection.

The DOCK180EUZ is Targus’ best-seller, offering connections to two Ultra HD monitors and four USB ports to support multiple peripherals.

Also on show will be a wide range of products to support the mobile office worker, from cable locks to privacy screens.

“Most businesses today will provide their employees with the right tools to boost productivity in the office, but many do not think about doing the same for employees working outside of the office or at home” said David Brown, marketing director EMEA at Targus.

“We recognise that flexible working is here to stay. This is why our solutions have been designed with the modern office worker in mind; to empower them to work from anywhere, efficiently and productively.”

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