Iogear 4 Port USB 2.0 Automatic Printer Switch

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About Iogear

The Iogear 4-Port USB 2.0 Automatic Printer Switch allows two PCs and / or Macs to share one printer or multi-function printer. Simply submit a print job and the printer automatically switches to the preferred computer. The switch also enables two computers to easily share one external hard drive, scanner, or any USB device. No more plugging and unplugging between computers.

Iogear Features

  • Automatically switch from one computer to another when connecting to a USB printer or multi-function printer
  • Simply press a button to switch a USB device between computers - No software installation required
  • Active-port LED lights indicate which computer has access to the USB device
  • Switch-lock function prevents other users from switching the USB device and ensures data access consistency
  • USB 2.0 support with data transfer rate up to 480Mbps and USB 1.1 backward compatible
  • No external power supply needed

Iogear Specifications

USB Type-A
Device Side
0-80% RH
Operation Temperature
41 to 104 deg. Fahrenheit
Storage Temperature
-4 to 140 deg. Fahrenheit
LEDs Port Status
Green - Online / Orange - Locked
LEDs Host Status
Orange - Online
Operating System Support
Windows ZP and above; Mac: 10.4.5, 10.5 and above
Power Consumption
DC 5V, 2.5W
Power Supply
USB Bus powered
POP Information
10 inch Peg Hook: 4
6 inch Peg Hook: 3
Dimensions (W x H x D)
4.0 x 3.0 x 1.0 inches / 10.16 x 7.62 x 2.54 cm
0.2 lb (0.10 kg)
Mfr #

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Nat H  I need a switch that will allow 2 computers to share useage of 3-4 laser printers automatically. That means that no one has to wait. The switch should sense that printer one is already in use by another computer, and switch the next incoming printing job from another computer to printer 2 or 3. Will this do the trick?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, this unit allows two PCs and / or Macs to share *one* printer or multi-function printer.
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