Enjoy the music stored on any networked PC with an USB speaker connected to the USB Server.
Support Multi-Function Printer (MFP)
Multi-languages Windows Utility for easy configuration.
Sharing USB peripherals on a network now can be convenient by using the pocket-size NetShare USB Server. It is a small and convenient device with excellent performance.
The NetShare USB server allows users to share a Multi-Function Printer over a network and also supports the USB storage like external hard drive or flash drive, USB card reader, USB camera , USB speaker, and USB printer, all extensible over the 10/100Mbps port to your network. There is also a built-in USB 2.0 hub extension so you can shove in 4 USB devices to use.
NetBo USB server is also a nice halfway station on the way to wireless application. It is essentially an USB hub that allows device sharing over the WiFi network when it connects to a wireless router. Definitely useful for house or office network applications.
How does the USB server works ?
Connecting to Wired or Wireless LAN (WiFi router is required for wireless connection)
Computers on the same network is required.
Sharing multiple USB devices (Printer , Flash , External Drive , USB1.1 Webcam ,
Card Reader , Speaker)
10/100Mbps RJ45 x 1
USB2.0 x 4 (backward compatible with USB1.1)
Web Utility ; Windows Utility
Minimum System Requirements
CPU of 1.7GHz and above
Minimum 512MB RAM
Available Ethernet port in home/office network
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1. Always checking if the USB device driver is required by some USB peripherals … such like Printers , WebCams … etc. Please install the device driver to your computer first.
2. Some USB devices require a direct connection to PC for optimum performance.
3. The USB server offers 5V 2A power supply which is enough for most application , but the power can be in short supply when connecting simultaneously too many USB devices which requiried high power consumption. Please attach their self-power supply in order to co-work the USB server properly.
4. Each Shared USB device limits 1 user to connect and access.