Wireless USB Hub Lets You Share Devices at the Flip of a Switch

October 8th, 2008

Wireless is in.  The problem for business (and personal) applications is that there are often multiple users wanting to use the same devices.  With wireless USB printers, camcorders, and scanners popping up, the need to be able to "flip a switch" and connect from another computer is increasingly important.  To solve this problem, we took a long look at the IOGEAR Wireless USB Hub and Adapter Kit. It allows your desktop or laptop to connect with game controllers, flash drives, external hard drives, and other USB devices without the need for wires. With transmission speeds of up to 480Mbps, it is the perfect combination of convenient USB connectivity, blazing fast data transfers and the benefits of going wireless. Flip of a Switch The ability to have high-bandwidth video, audio and data transfers from up to 30 feet away is a tremendous asset, but multiple users sharing a device can have difficulty connecting if they don't use the IOGEAR Wireless USB Hub.  It is important to have the flexibility of changing users quickly and easily, especially in active environments.  In the 21st century, an "active environment" can be the office, home, dormitory. A home or office setup can easily utilize the feature as most households and businesses have multiple computers working with the same peripherals.  For school, the application is obvious: most student living quarters are shared, so allowing roommates and study groups to share hardware from different computers can save space.  In college, space is a hot commodity. Works with Peripherals like...
  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • External Hard Drives and Flash Memory sticks
  • Digital Cameras
  • Camcorders
  • Personal Media Players
  • USB Enabled LCD Monitors and Projectors
  • PDA's, Smartphones and Cell Phones
The possibilities are many when you can flip a switch to change computers.

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IOGEAR enjoys long walks on the beach and romantic getaways. While not traveling, IOGEAR enjoys a great game of shuffle board whilst playing the banjo.