Warpia Wireless USB Easy Dock
|Warpia Wireless USB Easy Dock|
|Final Thoughts and Conclusion|
Today we've got a first here at BCCHardware as we're going to be taking a look at a new product from a new company, the Warpia Wireless USB Dock. This product is a wireless USB dock that allows you to wirelessly "dock" your PC or Laptop to an external monitor, speakers, keyboard and mouse. This is the first product of this nature that we've taken a look at here at BCCHardware so it should be very interesting to see how this works and how easy it is for a "first time wireless USB" user to get it working.
This is the first product we've taken a look at from Warpia. Here is a quick rundown of who they are as per their website:
Warpia is an industry leading technology company providing Ultra Wideband (UWB) and Wireless USB solutions based on chip technology from Wisair. Warpia is committed to providing solutions that offer the best combination of performance, price, and power consumption for both professional and consumer wireless products
Warpia has a couple other products available now, you can find out more about these products over here.
In this review we will be taking a closer look at the Warpia Easy Dock in the next couple pages as well as comparing it head-to-head with another device in the "Comparison" section of this review.
As soon as you open the box you can see that everything is pretty straight-forward and there isn't anything included that makes you scratch your head. Looks like everything should be pretty straight-forward to install.
The accessories included with the Warpia Easy Dock are pretty standard. You get the dock, 2 USB adapters, 1 DVD-VGA adapter and a power supply. The included documentation is pretty minimal (full manual is included on the CD) but with the included "Getting Started" sheet I was able to get everything running without any issues.
A cool feature of the Warpia Easy Dock is the ability to plug the USB adaptor into the front or top of the dock. This allows you to mount the dock on the back of a monitor and have the USB stick facing up, or if you have the dock sitting on a desk you can put the USB stick in the top and have it sticking up for better reception. The plastic cover on the front moves up and down and allows you to use either USB port while blocking the other power.
As you can see on the back of the dock, there isn't really anything too complicated, you're not going to be able to hook anything up wrong.
So there we go, that's what the Warpia Easy Dock looks like, let's move onto the next section for a closer look.