DAYTON, OHIO — September 29, 2009 — C2G, today announced the immediate availability of a Wireless USB Superbooster® Extender. This allows users to wirelessly connect a USB device such as a printer, scanner, camera or interactive whiteboard to their PC or laptop and access them from up to 150 feet away.
With the Wireless USB Superbooster Extender, USB devices can be accessed and controlled from another room or another floor, without the “line of sight” requirements of other wireless USB technologies. This provides a reliable connection with a wide range of movement in environments such as home offices, classrooms and corporate offices.
“The Wireless USB Superbooster Extender is a nice addition to our line of wireless connectivity products,” said Gary Hess, C2G director of product management. “C2G continues to be committed to providing reliable connectivity for its customers with the flexibility to meet all of the varying customer needs.”
The device creates its own network between the host adapter and the device adapter, eliminating any interference if multiple offices or classrooms are using the wireless superboosters.
The C2G® Wireless USB Superbooster Extender consists of a host adapter and one device adapter. It includes the driver software and can be set up in a matter of minutes. It is now available through C2G partners with an MSRP of $189.99.
C2G, a group brand Legrand, is a global leader in IT, A/V, datacom cabling and connectivity solutions since 1984. C2G delivers connectivity solutions renowned for superior quality, value and innovation and are backed by an uncompromising commitment to customer service. C2G is widely known as the cabling and connectivity supplier of choice for industry leading technology resellers and distributors across North America, EMEA and Asia. In 2014 C2G joined the Data Communications division of Legrand, North America, the world specialist in products and systems for electrical installations and information networks, offering solutions for use in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. For more information, please visit C2G.