Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Sharkoon Offers Internet/LAN Connected USB Ports

With the USB LANPorts Sharkoon Technologies introduces a simple yet effective way to integrate USB devices into local area networks.

A USB LANPort is connected to a LAN using a patch cable and the included software is installed. Afterwards any USB devices such as printers, external HDDs, USB sticks etc. can be connected to the USB LANPort and may be accessed from the local network.

The USB LANPort 400 provides four USB connectors.

Due to their compact build and their unobtrusive design they integrate discreetly into any existing surroundings and can - thanks to their magnetic back plate - be attached easily to a PC case or any other magnetic surface.

Power is supplied by the included adapter and all settings can be made fast and easily using the delivered software.
• 4-port USB server
• Allows connecting any USB device to a LAN
• Suitable for any USB device (e.g. USB sticks, USB printers, external hard disk drives etc.)
• External interfaces: 4x USB2.0, 1x LAN (RJ-45)
• Compact design
• Power LED and reset button
• Supported operating systems: Win XP/Vista/7 (32-bit and 64-bit)

Available in Erope and the UK now for €22.99 ($34) / €36.99 ($56). Try these shops for potential international orders: http://www.sharkoon.com/html/bezugsquellen/online-shops_en.html
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