USB Network Cables
In today's world, no computer is an island. This means that a personal computer user who wants to keep himself or herself connected needs to make sure that the computer he or she is using is adequately equipped to handle network connections. There are a few ways to use this; two of the main ones involved using USB network cables or USB Ethernet adapters.
The USB, or Universal Serial Bus, is the easiest way for you to network two computers together. Using a simple USB network adapter, such as Byte Runner Technologies' USB-Link, you can easily connect two or more computers via their USB ports. Data transfer from one to the other can then be easily accomplished.
Users who prefer the high speeds and large amounts of data that can be utilized with an Ethernet connection might want to think about a USB Ethernet adapter. These simple items--such as our UE200--turn a USB port into an additional Ethernet port. This allows your computer to join whatever Ethernet daisy chain it wants to without breaking the circuit of connectivity.
Either of these options is a good way to get your computer talking to its peers. And if you purchase them from us here at Byte Runner, you'll also get one year warranties and 30-day money back guarantees on both of them. If you experience any additional setup or operating trouble, you're free to utilize the toll-free technical support line to which Byte Runner Technologies grants every one of its customers access.