Tom Davies wrote:
I just had a glimpse of an Android and it looks like it's got a
mini-Usb socket in the top. If that could break-out to a powered
usb-hub then surely you could get keyboard, mice, maybe even screens working off the Android?
So 1 docking station at work and 1 at home might be enough to do emailing and more serious stuff
there and still be able to keep an eye on things when travelling around or out?
Or is Android just not yet set-up to do this sort of thing?
Every mobile device is required to have a USB connection for power. It
doesn't have to be used for anything else but generally is. I don't
know about keyboards though. However, keyboards are supported via Blutooth.
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