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Share 2 laserjets

Posted on 2007-12-06
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I have two users offsite at a client and they are not networked as they each have their own GPS card.   They need to share a color laserjet and B&W laserjet is their a USB type switch box that could accomodate that? Looking for a simple solution.
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you can take a look at this and possibly use two of them. I have never seen one for two devices - two computers

http://www.usbgear.com/USBG-UH826.html
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