Most personal computers come equipped with a variety of different input and output ports. Some of the most common types of ports are USB ports and serial ports. USB ports usually use a smaller interface "head" and transfer less data. Serial ports, on the other hand, use a broader head, with a number of different teeth in it. The two types are easily distinguishable, and some systems possess examples of both of them.
The problem is that the more external devices that a PC uses, the more ports it needs. If the number of the devices grows too high, the computer will run out of ports--unless of course it is equipped with a port replicator, which is also known as a docking station. These handy items allow a single USB port to be expanded into a number of different USB, serial, parallel, and PS/2 compatible ports.
We've got plenty of these port replicators and docking stations available here at Byte Runner Technologies. One of these is our popular UH620 docking station. We also provide a more limited docking station, the VDS-1003. Almost all of our products are easy to use and quickly installable, not to mention very affordable.
The products at Byte Runner Technologies also generally come with year-long warranties and up to 30-day money back guarantees. After 13 years in the business, we know that it is very important to provide these types of "safety nets" when it comes to technology, just to make sure that the customer is satisfied. Our same-day shipping is another perk designed to make your shopping experience as seamless as possible.