TP-Link TL-PS310U print server

This tiny TP-Link server allows you to share USB devices across your home network

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  • Expert Rating

    3.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 124.95 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Lee Hall

1.0

1

Pros
High hopes
Cons
No good for shared network storage
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This device only allows one computer to "connect" to a USB storage device at a time, which renders it unusable for shared network storage applications.

Antonio

2.5

2

Pros
print server
Cons
shared scanner and mass storage
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like printeserver it works fine. it can be used from more than one person. becouse instead of using the tplink nasty program you install the printer like a normal tcp/ip printer and it works like all other network printe. instead the data rate is too slow (max 1,3Mbyte/s , so more or less 10Mbit/second) and even using the scanner at 600dpi becomes tedious... i'll look for a faster product. what a pity. tplink always produces good product. except for this (that is the same produced by DIGITUS. same product, same shape, same functions, same data rate, ecc...)

bye bye...

http://www.timmy.it

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