NEW for 2009 our Patent Pending 2-Port USB 2.0 Auto Printer Sharing Switch for Windows VISTA and Windows XP. Two computers can now share one printer automatically, Auto printer mode supports first come first serve and works with Most Printers Including HP, Canon, Epson, Samsung, Brother, Etc.
click here for .PDF User Guide on this USB 2.0 Auto Switch
This cool new printer sharing switch is the answer to all your home office or small business needs. With its First-come-First-serve sharing everyone can use the same printer without having the hassle of difficult to use software or setting up a network. Simply install the software on each PC and tell it which printer to share, and it handles the rest!
Tested to work on HP Inkjet printers and many different Laser models!
Have some PCs with XP, but others with Vista? Doesn't matter, this sharing switch will work with them all!
Installation Notes: Be sure that the printer is installed and working on the PC before you setup the sharing switch!
NOW Includes Two 5ft. USB 2.0 Certified A to B Cables
We also sell High Quality Certified Cables up to 15ft. Long, please see our cable section.
for sharing USB devices between multiple PC's! The USB 2 & 4
Port Sharing Switches will share one device between up to
4 PC's. Use for USB printers, USB Scanners, USB Hard Drives, USB Modems, USB card
readers and MORE...
ALL USB Switches are WIndows Vista and XP Compatible!
The USB 4 port data switch Includes (4) USB 2.0 certified Cables ONLY $29.99
USB 2.0 Peripheral Switch
Allows users to share a USB device, such as, printer, scanner, digital camera etc.
Up to 2 users
Plug and play intsallation
LED status indicators
Simple button operation
Works with ALL COmputers and Devices Does Not Need Any Drivers.
The USB Manual Switch allows up to four computers to share one USB device; or when used in conjunction with a USB hub, can share multiple USB devices. Great for setups that require multiple computers sharing a USB Cable Modem, USB printer, scanner, ZIP drive, and/or other USB peripherals.
To use more than one peripheral, connect a USB Hub to the Switch and then connect additional USB devices to the Hub. The selected Computers can access the peripherals you've connected.
USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 (high-speed tested)
USB 4-Port Device Controller
The use of four downstream Ports allows you to connect up to four USB enabled computers. Share a printer, scanner, hard drive and more by depressing one of the selector switches in the front of the device. By depressing a selector switch you activate the use of a peripheral by the computer on that switch.
Features Windows 98/2000/ME/XP and USB Plug & Play Compatible Mac OS 8.6+
From experience switching cables on computers can be not
only confusing but some what of of mess. The USB Data Switch
eliminates the cumbersome mess by giving you the opportunity
to utilize its functionality.
have one USB port open but several peripherals that you are
using such as a printer, scanner or a modem, and have to switch
cables every time they are needed. One solution would be to
reach in the back of the computer and accidentally disconnect
the wrong cable. Another solution could be to sort the tools
needed through a data switch. As seen in this example to
the left, several peripherals are connected in the top row
of switches and one computer connected in the bottom port which
is for the PC or MAC. Let's say these two peripherals are a
scanner and printer, by simply depressing the appropriate switch
in the front, the tool needed becomes active and will transfer
data at a high rate of speed.
This was very easy to set up. No need of special software or
drivers, the USB switch acts as a go between for computers and
peripherals so the connection or switching is electronically
driven not software driven. This allows for easy installation
and easy connections.
how it works. The switch has a port for using a type "A" USB
connector and a type "B" connector. The type "B" connector
port is the smaller square shaped port. Either type connector
can be used, checking the USB port style on your computer
or peripheral will help you determine how to configure your
With the USB switch somewhat located between your peripherals
and computers, run one USB cable from each computer to the USB
Data Switch ports 1 - 4, and one USB cable from the data switch
to the peripheral (s) you want to share. If it's a printer your
sharing you may need to make sure the print driver is installed
on both computers. Windows should recognize new hardware found,
if not you can add the printer to your list of printers. Once
all USB cables are connected through the data switch and any
drivers needed are installed, that's it! When ready to print,
just depress the port selector button and that computer now is
able to share the printer.
I'm running windows XP Pro. When I connected the data
switch to both computers and my printer, it was pretty
easy from there. I'm using an HP Photosmart p1100 and
everything was just as I was using one computer while
I switched from one computer to the other to test the
switch. When I depressed the port buttons activity was
instantaneous as XP notified me of the connection. This
USB Data Switch does exactly as it should which is allow
sharing between computers, it's a great little device
to ease the sharing between computers. I would certainly
All New Ultra Cool Gear 2 Port & 4 Port Manual USB 2.0 Device Sharing Switches
Click on any Switch to get more details about that particular USB 2.0 Switch
USB switches for sharing USB devices between multiple PC's! The USB 2 & 4 Port Sharing Switches will share one device between up to 4 PC's. Use for USB printers, USB Hard Drives, USB Mouse, USB Keyboards, Cameras, Scanners, USB card readers and MORE...