Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Wireless Printing, Wireless File Back Up and Wireless File Sharing Easy With Belkin Home Base

For some obscure reason even now wireless printing is a nightmare, especially if there are more than one computer on a home network and they running Windows and Mac OS. It is logically to assume that in our high tech time this basic task should be automatically configured by the printer. However, this is not the case. It takes a while to set up a wireless printer… And even when it is set up, there is still a chance that at some point the connection might be interrupted. Same applies to wireless back up.

But now problem is solved with Belkin Home Base. This innocent looking devise has very aggressive capabilities. Belkin Home Base lets anyone print from anywhere in the home with an existing wireless network. It is alos possible to attach an external hard drive and share files with family or friends.
One of the most exiting features of this device that it automatically backs up each connected computer's files to a connected external hard drive. It can be also set up to automatically upload files to Flickr or Picasa accounts.
The price for this device is $129.99.

Device features from the manufacturer:
• A 2008 ABI Research survey shows more people are incorporating wireless networks into their homes.
• The amount of people adopting home networking technology has grown from just over one-third of US households in 2006 to over 50 percent in 2008.
• Broadband, printer and file sharing are the top three applications people are using in their home networks.
• Connect and access up to 4 USB 2.0 devices over an existing wireless network
• Automatically back up files and share pictures on Flickr® and Picasa®
• Access media files stored on your gaming console
• Features push-button WPS security
• Compatible with 802.11b/g/n devices

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