MORE Tech, with WireLESS

April 7th, 2009

Wireless technology is becoming more practical for everyday use, and we have some great products that can help you get MORE out of your technology, with LESS wires! Many people have laptops or netbooks to use wirelessly around the home or on-the-go, but still have to walk back to the printer and connect with a USB cable to print. We think that's crazy! The 4-Port USB Net ShareStation can make any USB peripheral into a networked device. Hook it up to your wireless router to share a printer or external hard drive and access documents and files. It's a simple way to turn wired into wireless and save yourself the headache of being tangled in cables. The Wireless 4-Port USB Sharing Station is another way to go wireless. It works just like your regular USB hub only without the cables since it comes with built in WiFi. wireless-usb-hub-and-adapter-kitNot everyone has the newest wireless technology built in to their computers. If you've been waiting to get on the Bluetooth bandwagon, the Bluetooth 4.0 USB Micro Adapter makes it as simple as plugging a finger-nail size device into your USB port. The product allows you to connect to Bluetooth devices like cell phones, tablets, mice and keyboards, and its small size prevents blockage to any surrounding USB ports. To get on the Internet wirelessly with faster speeds, you can upgrade your computer with our Wireless AC1200 Dual-Band USB Adapter. If you're not sure what kind of adapter you need, check out this article from our friends at Cisco for a good overview. What kind of technology do you use to go from mo' wires to no wires? Leave us a comment and let us know! If you are currently suffering from an "over-wired" experience, check out our contest where we are helping three lucky winners to de-clutter with free IOGEAR products. Cheers, The IOGEAR Team



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