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Belkin Announces Network USB Hub

Belkin Announces Network USB Hub

by , 10:15 AM EDT, May 15th, 2007

Belkin announced its new Network USB Hub on Tuesday. The hub allows multiple computers on a local network to share USB devices without requiring individual workstations to activate sharing. The Network USB Hub includes an Ethernet port and five USB 2.0 ports, supports most USB devices, and supports accessing multiple devices at the same time.


Belkin's Network USB Hub

The Belkin Network USB Hub is priced at US$129, and will be available in June. Mac-compatible drivers will be available in September.

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