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Congratulations, owners of laptops with under-utilised Wireless USB radios - thanks to Toshiba, you'll soon be able to make use of the technology.

Coming in September, the Dynadock Wireless W20 turns your WUSB link into four USB 2.0 ports, a 1080p capable DVI port - it can drive up to three screens, says Toshiba - and analogue audio connectors.

Toshiba DynaDock Wireless W20

Toshiba's notion: keep all your peripherals wired up to the W20 and then link in your laptop wirelessly whenever you need them.

Don't have WUSB? Just hook the 110 x 86 x 145mm W20 into your machine over a single USB 2.0 cable for all that extra port goodness.

There's no word yet on pricing. ®

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