In Pictures: 10 tech products to boost your small business productivity

From mini storage arrays to IP cameras to print servers, these 10 hardware devices will help you run your small business more efficiently whether you're in the office or hitting the road to close a deal.

xPrintServer The xPrintServer from Lantronix is a small appliance that enables wireless printing straight from iOS devices such as iPads and iPhones to legacy printers. With support for more than 4,000 printers, the xPrintServer connects to an existing network via its 10/100 Ethernet port. Printing to USB printers is supported by plugging printers directly into the USB port of the xPrintServer, which also supports USB printer sharing over the network for Macs and PCs. This can be expanded up to eight USB printers using a USB hub. The xPrintServer Home costs $99.95, while the xPrintServer Office with Active Directory support and other features costs $199.95.

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