CE Compass USB 2.0 Network Device Storage Print Server Share Hub

    Feature

    • USB device server makes USB devices & printer available to multiple computers on a network
    • Connect your printer directly to the network, with no need to dedicate a PC to print server chores
    • Share up to 4 USB devices through your home or office network by connecting to a USB 2.0 Hub
    • Supports USB printers, scanners, hard drives, keyboards, mice and more
    • Works with any home or office Ethernet network, making it easy to print to a USB printer from a Wi-Fi laptop or wired desktop

    Product Description

    The USB 2.0 Multi-Function Print and Storage Server allows any networked computer to share an external hard drive, flash drive, webcam, memory card reader, or USB Multi-Function Printer (MFP). On the printer side, this multi-function server allows multiple network users to print, scan, and fax using the same Multi-Function Printer. This eliminates the need to purchase multiple expensive MFPs, as all you need to share is a connection to the print server's network port. In addition, this device can support up to 4 USB devices (via external USB hub connected to the USB Server) over your home or office IP network. It complies with USB 2.0 specifications, and provides users with an auto-sensing 10/100Base-T port. Simply plug in the USB Multi-Function Server to your printer or USB device with the USB cable on one end and connect it to your network via an Ethernet cord. When connecting the USB Multi-Function Server to a wireless router, users can access their multimedia content and USB devices wirelessly. The UPnP technology enables quick and easy setup and configuration in a Windows environment. It is a one-stop-shop for multi-functional network peripheral sharing and the number of applications is practically endless.

    Product Detail

    • ASIN: B008FW3SF4
    • Item model number: USB_DEV_SERV
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