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Century launches netbook dock with DVD Drive and HDD

April 30, 2009 at 12:50 pm


Century Netbook Stand Century has launched a Netbook Stand cooler that comes with a built-in DVD Drive an empty 2.5-inch SATA HDD bay (if your netbook doesn’t have enough storage) as well as an additional USB hub with two USB ports.

The stand connects to the netbook via an USB cable and is powered by an AC adaptor. The Panasonic multi drive is compatible with Windows XP and Vista only and supports DVD±R/+RW (8x), DVD±R DL/-RW (6x), DVD-RAM (5x) and CD-R/-RW (24x).

The size of the Netbook Stand measures 260 x 19 x 190 mm and weighs 524g, but given the tech inside, that’s probably reasonable. It only seems to be available in Japan right now and comes in black and white colours. The Century Netbook Stand retails for 9,980 Yen ($102 / €77 / £69).

Via Akihabara News.

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3 Responses to “Century launches netbook dock with DVD Drive and HDD”

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    April 30th, 2009 3:14 PM

    Not very portable but at 77€ that is a great price as in France a stand-alone USB DVD-rom costs between 78€ and 86€.

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