IOGEAR Auto Sharing Switch for sharing printer on a network


image: IOGEAR Auto Sharing Switch

We often have a situation where we do have 2 or more home computers but don’t have a network at home to share the single printer. The result is that the printer is plugged in to the computer which is to use a printer but all this is done only with a hectic job of changing the printer ports. IOGEAR have already realized your problem, so here is a solution, with Auto Sharing Switch you can connect two computers and a single printer and share the printer automatically. The result is that we have a sharing without a home network.

“As a consumer electronics leader, we continue to launch products that facilitate connectivity and sharing …” said Miranda Su, IOGEAR executive vice president. “These newest additions to our Desktop and Networking product families help organizations reduce physical and financial waste.”

The features of this product are as follows:

  • Automatically switch* between two computers when connecting to a USB printer
  • Switch any other USB devices with the easy-to-use software interface
  • Support PC and Mac computers
  • USB 2.0 – High speed support and USB 1.1 backward compatible
  • Active-port LED indicators to show which computer has USB access
  • Easily share a USB device without network configuration
  • Bus Powered – No external power supply needed

Auto sharing switch will really make your life easier in certain situations. The product costs about $40 and we think Auto Sharing Switch makes up to the expectations to amount that much.

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One Comment

  • Decal Paper says:

    Currently traveling between Miami and Florida, reading this on my Iphone. Will read it in full when I get back, and I will also post a backlink on my website. Thanks.

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