USB Network Adapters
Many of the technological advances that have occurred in the personal computing sphere over the last couple of years have been the result of computers working together. Whether over the Internet, across the room, or simply through a local system, the conjoined capabilities of networked computers has never been greater. If your home or business wants to take advantage of this kind of increased connectivity, they are a few different ways to go about it.
One of the easiest ways is to use a USB network adapter. The USB, or Universal Serial Bus, is a much-used port that comes installed in most PCs. Using a USB network adapter, users can simply connect their computers using a simple cable running between two USB ports. If either of these computers is equipped with an extra USB port, the USB network can continue to daisy chain, incorporating as many computers as there are available ports.
Getting computers to talk to one another this way is one of our goals here at Byte Runner Technologies. To this end, we offer customers a few different USB network adapter options. Our USB-Link, for example, provides excellent peer-to-peer file transfer between two machines. It is completely compatible, easily installed, and requires no external power source.
If you're looking to network using an Ethernet connection, you could also try Byte Runner's UE200, which turns your USB port into an Ethernet port that can easily be used to connect it to another computer or larger network. Like many of the products here at Byte Runner Technologies, the UE200 comes complete with a one year warranty and 30-day money back guarantee. Purchasing it also guarantees the customer access to our free technical service line.