The Linksys Wireless-G PrintServer lets you connect a USB printer directly to your network, eliminating the need to dedicate a PC to print sharing chores. Using a PrintServer frees up your print share PC so you don't have to leave it on all the time. It also removes the printing bottleneck, and sets your PC free to do more useful work.Connect the PrintServer directly to your network by 10/100 Ethernet cable, or wirelessly over 54Mbps Wireless-G (802.11g). The wireless option lets you put your printer wherever you want to, without having to run cables. Whichever way the PrintServer is attached to your network, both your wireless and wired PCs will have access to it, and the printer it's connected to. And if you don't use wireless for general networking in your office, you can still use the Wireless-G connection in ad-hoc mode to print from visiting Wireless-G and Wireless-B PCs.
|ISM Maximum Frequency||2.40 GHz|
|Wireless Transmission Speed||54 Mbps|
|Frequency Band||System Requirements:300 MHz or Faster Processor128 MB of RAMCD-ROM DriveCertifications:Wi-FiIEEE 802.11b/gFCCCE|
|Transmission Speed Details||1 Mbps Auto-fallback @ IEEE 802.11b|
|Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports||1|
|Interface Connection||RJ-45 10/100Base-TX Network|USB 2.0|
|Product Type||Wireless Print Server|
|Dimensions||0.98" Height x 5.24" Width x 2.76" Depth|
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