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IOGEAR USB Sharing Station GUWIP204


$99.99 Released July, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Share up to 4 USB devices on a WiFi network.

The IOGEAR USB Sharing Station GUWIP204 is a four port wireless USB hub compatible with most USB devices such as printers, copiers, hard drives, flash drives, USB speakers, MP3 players and more. It makes it possible to share up to four of these devices wirelessly throughout the home or office between multiple WiFi equipped computers.

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Product Shot 2 Although it supports USB 2.0, it is also backwards compatible with USB 1.1, so older printers, scanners or any devices using the older USB 1.1 protocol will still function wirelessly using this device. It features one USB port on the front and three on the back, along with an Ethernet port, wireless antenna, AC input and power switch. Typical applications include sharing a printer amongst a home or office network, sharing a central hard drive, and sharing a remote webcam for use as a security monitoring system. Both Windows and Mac platforms are supported.

Features

  • Operating System Support: Windows XP/Vista/7 / Mac OS X 10.6 and up
  • Network Protocol: TCP/IP
  • Network Interface: 10/100Mbps RJ45
  • Printer Connection: USB 2.0 / backward compatible with USB 1.1
  • Standards: IEEE 802.3 10Base-T; IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T; USB 2.0
  • Management: Web Interface, Windows Utility

Supported Devices

          Printer or Multi-function printer with USB connection
          External USB hard drive
          USB speaker
          USB webcam
          USB flash drive
          USB memory card reader
          USB printer
          USB scanner

Package Content

          1 x Wireless 4-Port USB Sharing Station
          1 x Quick Start Guide
          1 x Installation CD
          1 x Warranty / Registration card
          1 x Power Adapter
          1 x Ethernet Cable

 

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