09-29-2009 09:10 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software
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Connecting USB devices into the network

Press release from: Assmann Electronic GmbH
Network USB Hub DN-13009
Network USB Hub DN-13009
Most PCs are not equipped with a sufficient number of USB ports. There are often no free ports for devices such as a cell phone, scanner, web cam and so on, after connecting the keyboard, mouse and printer. The simplest solution of the USB port extension are accessible USB hubs which can be used to more than double the number of ports.

In addition to the already known DIGITUS® hubs, which can be connected directly to the PC or notebook, DIGITUS® now offers a network USB hub. This hub enables USB 2.0 devices to be connected directly into the network. This means that multi-functional printers, scanners, loudspeakers, hard disks, card readers etc. can be addressed centrally from a PC or via the network.

The supplied software is used for configuration to link up to four USB 2.0 devices into the network, either wirelessly (by Wireless LAN Router) or by using cables. The web browser or the software can be used to monitor the connected devices.

The LAN connection rate is 10/100 Mbps. The hub is also downwards compatible with older USB devices. Automatic log into the network is by DHCP client. The dimensions of 12.8 x 7.2 x 2.2cm turn the glossy black USB network hub into a real eye catcher.

"Demanding technology becomes more and more attractive. At last, high value devices do not need to be hidden, but indeed become part of the design concept", says Till Brauckmann, Marketing Manager of DIGITUS®.

The recommended retail price is € 53,99.

Dealers can obtain further information from www.digitus.info. DIGITUS® products can be purchased by dealers from the usual distributors.

Editors receive a test sample by request from the press contact stated below.

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www.assmann.com/index.php?id=322&L=3

Brief company profile
ASSMANN Electronic GmbH was founded in 1969 in Lüdenscheid/Germany as a manufacturer of connectors and adapters for internal and external computer cables.
With his own branches in Austria, France, Sweden, Croatia, Slovenia, Poland, Mexico, USA, China and Taiwan, this ISO-certified specialist in computer accessories and network solutions today supplies IT distributors and key accounts worldwide. The major part of the product range consists of the DIGITUS® brand range. Active and passive network components, KVMs, USB and Firewire products, cables, adapters and connectors, (S)ATA/SCSI products, peripherals, notebook, PDA, computer and multimedia accessories are supplied both for private consumers and professional users. The DIGITUS® brand was introduced in 1994, and is now well-known in many markets for its “Best Value for Money” quality. (78)

Contact press
Ilona De Laever
ASSMANN ELECTRONIC GmbH
Auf dem Schüffel 3
58513 Lüdenscheid
Germany
Phone: (+49) 0 23 51 - 55 4 – 660
Fax: (+49) 0 23 51 - 55 4 – 661
E-Mail: i.delaever@assmann.com
Web: www.assmann.comwww.digitus.info

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