[CES 2010] Toshiba has expanded their line of dynadock Universal USB Docking Stations by introducing the latest dynadock V. As long as you’re running a Windows-powered machine with a free USB 2.0 port, that ought to be enough to make it play nice with the dynadock V. Retaining the universal compatibility of its predecessor, the dynadock V takes on a smaller form factor to free up more working space on your desk, be it at home or at the office. In fact, Toshiba has done a pretty decent job in reducing its size to half and one-third thinner compared to the dynadock U, functioning as a conduit for add-on peripherals to expand the functionality of your notebook to that of desktop-class. You get four more USB 2.0 ports with Sleep-and-Charge capability, Ethernet connectivity, an integrated HD video card that lets you hook up another VGA/DVI monitor at full HD resolution for extra visual workspace. Out later next month, the Toshiba dynadock V will retail for $119.99. What you see here on the right is the dynadock U, where we expect the dynadock V to look somewhat similar.