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IOGEAR Sharing Station puts USB devices on Wi-Fi

updated 02:15 pm EDT, Fri August 5, 2011

Connects up to 4 USB devices wirelessly to router

IOGEAR has unveiled a new USB Sharing Station to connect multiple devices to a Wi-Fi network. The GUWIP204 supports up to four USB devices including printers, multi-function devices, external hard drives, MP3 players, flash drives, speakers, and cameras. IOGEAR has also embedded a 100Mbps Ethernet port.

By connecting to the Sharing Station, a user can locate devices almost anywhere within an office or home, overcoming the distance limitation that normally tethers a USB device to within 16 feet of a computer.

IOGEAR has priced the GUWIP204 at $100 and supports both Macs and Windows PCs.








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