VGP-PRZ10 Station d'accueil (pour Notebook Série Z110, prise américaine)
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Description du produit
Adieu câbles et redémarrages ! Rien n'est plus simple que de déplacer votre ordinateur portable ! Voici la station d'accueil Sony PRZ10 permettant d'accueillir votre notebook VAIO série Z110. Caractéristiques : 334 x 47,5 x 147,9 mm 1 140 g 4 ports USB Port VGA Port DVI-D Prise entrée CC Ethernet Gigabit Points forts : Connectez l'ensemble de vos périphériques en toute simplicité Connexion facilitée pour les professionnels en déplacement
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Now, the Z-series port replicators (VGP-PRSZ1)had been the same since my first Z-series Vaio, so when I replaced my VGN-SZ680N with a VGN-SZ750N I didn't have to change anything.
The VGP-PRZ10 port replicator however is required for the VPC-Z11_GX/S. So I had to buy two new ones (office and home) when I bought a VPC-Z116GX/S.
The good part is the additional USB port (4 instead of the VGP-PRSZ1's 3) and the LAN pass through Ethernet ports (basically acting as a two-port switch).
It also accommodates the large capacity VGP-BPL20 battery and comes with a AC power supply (the VGP-PRSZ1 didn't - so now I have all those extra power supplies since they are the same).
What I don't like.
The VGP-PRZ10 blocks the VPC-Z11_GX/S-series laptops' HDMI port. Why? Why no HDMI port on the port replicator?
And why no stereo audio output?
I like it a lot, it comes with it's own power supply, which frees up the regular power supply to keep in your briefcase. It is easy to get the computer in and out. Has lots of USB ports. It also has a little Ethernet hub so that you can daisy chain another computer to it.
I would love to have another one of these for the living room.
The unit is flimsy and requires extra care when seating the laptop onto the connector.
The built-in switch feature is nice - lets me hook up both the desktop and the laptop to the same wall outlet. The extra USB ports work well for me as I drive two extra high-res displays via USB graphic adapters.
No audio jacks is just stupid... I ended up buying a USB speaker because of that.
Hope this helps.
It works. I have been using it for over a week. But even on the Sony website, there are over a dozen negative reviews (12 negative, and only about 3 positive reviews).
The design is sorely lacking.
1. Does not replicate audio jack, so sound is coming from machine only. I overcame this by plugging Sony DRC-BT15 into my stereo, then connecting to it from my notebook via bluetooth.
2. I always have to open lid to turn on the machine (this is not really fault of the replicator, but rather bad Sony design when using notebook with the replicator)