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Iogear pitches over-the-network USB sharing gadget

SAN on the cheap

Security for virtualized datacentres

Plug this little fella into your network and you'll be able to share printers, hard drives, card readers, speakers and other USB gadgets, maker Iogear claims.

Iogear USB ShareStation
Iogear USB ShareStation

Iogear's USB ShareStation: share USB devices on the (W)LAN

The USB Net ShareStation essential brings to a range of routers the same USB connectivity found on high-end wireless basestations and kit like Apple's AirPort Extreme. The Iogear has a single USB port on the front, and a 10/100Mb/s Ethernet connector on the back.

Hook up a hub, and you can plug even more USB devices in and have all your networked computers talk to them.

Iogear wants $80 for it, and it's availale in the US now.

Remote control for virtualized desktops

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