USB ports: Two ports are available to simultaneously support USB storage and a USB printer
on the R6300 router.
The EZ Connect g 2.4GHz 54-Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Print Server (SMCWPS-G) connects to any USB printer
via a USB 2.0 connector, and to the LAN via a built-in Ethernet port or the device's on-board 802.11g wireless capability.
Just connect the data logger to a USB printer
, press the print button and get an immediate report showing cure times, batch details and the actual temperature profile as a graph.
Creates a 10 user wireless network (B and G bands) from a single Ethernet connection as well as allows wireless sharing of a USB printer
The Bluetooth Wireless USB Printer
Adapter from Belkin allows users to connect to their USB (universal serial bus, a standard computer interface) printers wirelessly from a PDA (personal digital assistant) or notebook computer, says Compton, Calif.-based Belkin.
The M-series includes two models: M-105 ($1,795) and M-10W ($2,095), both of which feature wall-mounting equipment, memory card slots, a USB printer
connection, and an optional floor stand.
This reviewer uses a USB printer
and had to allow the computer to boot up completely before turning on the printer; this is no longer necessary with ME.
But I am afraid that if you connect your USB scanners and USB printer
to the same port (which is the underlying reason for USB), sound would suffer.
NETGEAR's R6300 WiFi Router also includes: NETGEAR Genie, a free app for PCs, Macs, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets that allows home users to easily control, monitor, repair and manage their home networks; NETGEAR MyMedi, which enables users to find photos, video or music files on the network and play them on a DLNA media player; AirPrint Support, with which users can print on any USB or networked printer directly from an iPad or iPhone; Guest network access, where guests and visitors can go online through the router without the need for secure login information; and the ReadySHARE Printer, that can turn any existing USB printer
into a fully functional networked printer that is fully compatible with Macs and PCs.
The Wireless Extreme makes it easy to turn any existing USB printer
into a fully functional networked printer that is fully compatible with Macs, PCs and a growing number of mobile platforms.
The USB printer
was created with Lego bricks, a felt-tip pen and few mechanical parts.
The enclosure features a USB port that can act as a print server port, allowing a USB printer
to be added to the network without the need for a dedicated computer.