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HP xb3000 Notebook Expansion Base (Brand new in Box)         By: Sowad       Tue, Aug 10

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The HP xb3000 Notebook Expansion Base is a laptop docking station manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company. Its notable features an inclining tray, a PCI expansion port 3 cable interface (with adapter for other PCI expansion port interface), and an integrated 16-bit AT hard drive bay. The device is shipped with a USB wireless receiver and wireless keyboard and mouse.

3.5 mm stereo TRS connector, 3.5 mm mono microphone TRS connector, 6 USB 2.0, DC power input, composite video out, S-video out, YPbPr component video out, SPDIF digital audio out, VGA, RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet, separate DC power input cutout for integrated hard disk drive bay, proprietary 16-bit AT hard drive interface.

Compatible Notebook PCs
- HP Pavilion dv9000, dv8000, dv6000, dv5000, dv4000, dv2000, dv1400, tx1000, ze2000, DV6 series, DV7 series
- Compaq Presario V6000, V5000, V4000, V3000, V2000, M2000 series
- HP Compaq nx4820
- HP Special Edition L2000 series

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Whether you’re a current HP notebook owner or a college-bound student looking to buy an HP, HP’s xb3000 Notebook Expansion Base is a solid docking solution. Though it has a larger footprint than most docks and is a bit pricer, the $249 station wraps quality Altec Lansing speakers and a laptop stand into one.

http://blog.laptopmag.com/hp-xb3000-notebook-expansion-base-mini-review
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