StarTech.com 1 Port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Parallel Network Print Server - Print server - parallel - 10/100 Ethernet - beige
Hawking HMPS1A - Print server - USB 2.0 - 100Mb LAN, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - 100Base-TX
Lexmark MarkNet N7002e - Print server - parallel - 10/100 Ethernet - for Lexmark MS310, MS410; C92X; E260, 340, 350, 450; Forms Printer 25XX; T64X; W812, 820, 840
HP JetDirect 2900nw - Print server - USB 2.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - for PageWide Managed Color MFP E77660; PageWide Managed Color Flow MFP E77650
DYMO - Print server - for DYMO LabelWriter 400, 400 Turbo, 4XL, Duo, Twin Turbo
IOGEAR USB 2.0 Print Server GPSU21 - Print server - USB 2.0 - 10/100 Ethernet
IOGEAR USB 2.0 Print Server GPSU21W6 - Print server - USB 2.0 - 10/100 Ethernet
Lexmark MarkNet N8352 - Print server - 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - for Lexmark M1140, M1145, M3150, MS310, MS312, MS315, MS317, MS415, MS417, MS510, MS517, MS617
Okilan 6020e+ - Print server - 10/100 Ethernet - for B4350, 4400, 4600, 6300; C3400, 55XX, 5800, 6100, 7550, 9600; Microline 42X, 49X, 8810
Lexmark MarkNet N8352 - Print server - 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - for Lexmark MX310dn, MX317dn, MX410de, MX417de, XM1145
Lexmark MarkNet N8350 - Print server - 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - for Lexmark MS610, MX510, MX511, MX517, MX610, MX611, MX617, XM3150
HP JetDirect 2700w - Print server - USB 2.0 - 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - for LaserJet Enterprise MFP M680, MFP M775; LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M680, MFP M880
Lexmark MarkNet N8350 - Print server - 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n - for Lexmark C9235, MS817, MS818, MX717, MX718, MX811, XC9235, XC9265, XM9165; C950; X95X
IOGEAR GUB212 - USB peripheral sharing switch - 2 x USB 2.0 - desktop
HP JetDirect ew2500 - Print server - USB 2.0 - 10/100 Ethernet - for LaserJet Enterprise MFP M575; LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M880; LaserJet Pro M706
HP JetDirect 2800w - Print server - 802.11b, 802.11g, NFC - for LaserJet Enterprise MFP M525, MFP M680; LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M680, MFP M880
HP JetDirect 640n - Print server - EIO - Gigabit Ethernet - for Color LaserJet CP3505; DesignJet HD Pro MFP, SD Pro MFP, T1120, T2300, Z2600, Z5600, Z6800
Lexmark Card for IPDS - ROM (page description language) - IBM IPDS/AFP - for Lexmark MS710, MS711, MS810, MS811, MS812, MS817
Star IFBD-HE07 - Print server - 10/100 Ethernet x 1
The TP-LINK TL-PS110P print server allows you to take the computer out of the loop while setting up a printing network.
Share a standard USB printer with multiple users over an Ethernet network
ZebraNet 10/100 Print Server - Print server - 10/100 Ethernet - for Z Series ZM400, ZM600
Intermec Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) Module - Print server - 10/100 Ethernet - dark - for Intermec PC43d, PC43t
Print servers allow printer to be connected to a network and be shared among several users. When a printer is installed on a server, any user connected to that network can install the printer through Windows or similar software.
The print server manages the printing queue, spools documents and prioritizes print jobs across the network. In larger offices, server-based printing allows you to pool printers, connecting several printers to the network and sending print jobs to available resources.
There are also many additional benefits, savings and features. For one, a small number of networked printers frees up considerable desk space compared to having a printer for every PC.
You no longer need to buy a dedicated printer for each user; therefore you can save space, electricity and maintenance costs. In addition, networking, especially with Wi-Fi, gives you flexibility in locating shared printers. For example, if printer noise is an issue you can put them in a separate room.
Quick to install, you can add a printer to your network in minutes. No need to shut down your network. Also, a server-based printing setup lets you connect several printers, each suited to different tasks.
For example, a high-output black-and-white laser printer may handle most of your printing needs, and you can use a second color model for marketing and for getting small jobs done faster when the main printer's tied up. With this added flexibility, you surely can avoid queues or delays allowing you to be more productive.
When it comes to access, modern Wi-Fi networked printers easily accommodate mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. The Wi-Fi protocol automatically connects portable devices whenever they come into range with the printer or Wi-Fi router and disconnects them when they leave the immediate area.
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