August 3, 2007 This clever USB server from Keyspan provides network users with the ability to connect remotely to USB devices via Ethernet and WiFi and removes the need to use a dedicated computer to run printers, scanners, digital cameras and flash-drive memory sticks. The USB 2.0 Server enables multiple users to share two Hi-Speed USB devices on a network and is suitable for PC and Mac users - and at a US$129 price point, it looks to be a particularly useful addition to home office set-ups.

USB 2.0 Server Features:

  • Connects two USB 2.0 Hi-Speed devices to a (10/100) Ethernet network
  • Compatible with USB printers, scanners, digital cameras, storage devices, data loggers and other USB devices
  • Supports bi-directional communication with printers allowing users to monitor ink and paper levels remotely
  • For use with PCs running Windows XP or Windows Vista, or Macs running Mac OS X (10.3.9 or later)
  • Check Keyspan's web site for a list of international distributors.

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