Compatible with all Windows operating
Compatible with MAC OS 8.6 or greater.
The 4 Port Sharing Hub Package includes these two
6 ft. cables for use with any two PC's
USB Hub (Sharing Hub) Overview
The USB Hub (Sharing Hub) is the Sharing Device for USB devices. It
includes the function of normal USB 1.1/1.0 Hub as well
as sharing function like a Switch box. It fully supports
2 users (or 2 PC's) to share each USB device by pressing
each switch button. The LED's will indicate the current
use status for each port for the user to identify easily.
The USB Hub (Sharing Hub) can save your work space, cost
and time and is really a smart design for the users. This usb hub includes the USB cable and does not need usb drivers.
above diagrams show port connections of both the
USB devices and PC's. By depressing the "A" "B"
switches the corresponding USB device is enabled.
The PC/A and PC/B usb ports
Specifications and Features
||8 LED's / each port 2 LED's to show using status
||Win 98/98SE/2000/XP/, MAC OS 8.6 or greater
||2 Upstream, 4 Downstream
||12 Mbps (USB Rev. 1.1)/1.5MB (USB Ver. 1.0)
||USB 1.1 /1.0 Compliant
- 4 Ports USB Downstream Sharing Hub. Includes usb cable
- Built in Downstream Gate design, share 4 USB ports between 2 users.
No usb drivers needed
- 2 LED's / Port indicate each device in using status.
- Huge savings on work time and equipment investment.
- Fully compliant with USB 1.1 and 1.0 specification.
- Over-Current Protection.
closely at the two images you'll see PC/A is engaged
indicated by the red
LED. PC/B is engaged as indicated by the green LED.
Through the Sharing Hub your peripherals will function
as though it wasn't there. The idea of the hub is
to give its users a more versitile peripheral network
so that more than one PC can be used with the same
printer, scanner, or other therefore increasing work
flow. No usb drivers needed and includes usb cable.
||I used the 4 port sharing hub to share a printer between my laptop and
PC, it couldn't be any easier to use. I didn't have
to install any
or do anything technical, this was a refreshing change.
I could see this in small office situations where
more than one PC needs to share more than 1 USB device,
it's convienient, small, and quick. When I tested
the 4 port sharing hub the was no delay between clicking
the "OK" Button and device operation. The cables
it came with made it possible for me to move it around
a bit so it was somewhat hidden, in an office setting
this is what you would want.
I certainly recommend the 4 port USB Hub (Sharing Hub)
for your device sharing needs.
Bob Boisvert...Web Professional