The Advanced Port Replicator II contains a built-in battery charger that supports Gateway's 6-cell, 8-cell, and 12-cell batteries, keeping extra batteries fully charged and ready for travel.
What does APR stand for?
APR stands for Advanced Port Replicator (portable computer dock)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 306 other meanings of APR in our Acronym Attic
- Actions Préparatoires au Recrutement (French: Preparatory Action in Recruitment)
- Active Position Return
- Acute Phase Response
- Adaptive Plot Refinement
- Adaptive Power Residue
- Additional Permissive Re-Export (trade)
- Adjusted Pitching Runs (arcane baseball statistic)
- Adult Plant Resistance
- Advance Production Release
- Advanced Pain Relief
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New Advanced Port Replicator II features a convenient built-in battery charger that keeps extra batteries fully charged and ready for travel at a moment's notice IRVINE, Calif.
Toshiba continues to build on its reputation for reducing TCO by incorporating common docking including Toshiba's Advanced Port Replicator III (APRIII) that maintains the same docking connector as the APRI and APRII for backwards compatibility and Slim SelectBay accessories with most Tecra/Portege products.
0 ports -- Optional Advanced Port Replicator III (compatible with Tecra M2, M1, Portege M200 tablet PC and more) -- Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Professional -- Limited Warranty: 1 year Parts, Labor & Battery -- ESUP(4): $1199 AVAILABILITY: Toshiba's Tecra A2 Series is available through Toshiba's traditional sales channels, VARs, www.
For easy expansion and connectivity, Dell's Latitude XP Advanced Port Replicator ($199) provides a compact, affordable alternative to a docking station.
In addition, the Tecra A2 is compatible with Toshiba's Advanced Port Replicator III, giving users the convenience of cabled management of external accessories such as a monitor, mouse, or keyboard.
To simplify the deployment and management of the new Evo N610c, as well as lower the total cost of ownership, the notebook is fully compatible with the new Compaq Port Replicator and Advanced Port Replicator solutions.
Smaller than traditional docking stations, the Port Replicator and Advanced Port Replicator support network interface card pass through, allow for external monitor usage and support two additional MultiBays in the advanced port replicator.