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TRITTON TRI-US100 4-USB Port Network Hub &Switch

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  • 4 x 10/100M, 4 x USB 2.0
  • USB 2.0/1.1

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Learn more about the TRITTON Technologies TRI-US100

Model

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Brand
TRITTON
Model
TRI-US100

Details

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Type
Network
Standards
USB 2.0/1.1
Ports
4 x 10/100M, 4 x USB 2.0
Transfer Rate
10/100Mbps + 1.5/12/480Mbps

Features

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Features
4 Port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet W/ Auto Sensing
Mdi/mid-x And Auto-negotiation Copability
4 Port Usb 2.0 Hi-speed Host
Support Fat32 And Ext3 File Systems
Support Ipp And Tcp/ip Raw Printing
Supports Unicode
Led's For Power, Ethernet And Usb Port Activity
Power: Ac Adapter 5V Dc 2.0 A
Power Consumption 5V 2.0A

Packaging

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Package Contents
4-USB Port Network Hub &Switch
USB Cable
Power Adapter
User Manual
Driver Disk

Additional Information

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Date First Available
March 27, 2008
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Return Policies
    • Return for refund within: 30 days
    • Return for replacement within: 30 days
  • This item is covered by Newegg.com's Standard Return Policy.
Anonymous
Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Great Idea 11/14/2009 7:19:00 PM

Pros: The features. I needed something to increase my 4-port network size and got a defective 8-port broadband router, then returned it. I already knew this was available and decided to give it a try instead. One way or another, I was going to need a USB print server, in addition to the increased Ethernet capacity. This took care of both issues without having to give-up my capable, trustworthy 4-port broadband router. Moreover, with this solution, I have gained an additional 3 USB ports I can use for shared resources.

Cons: The reason I returned the router was because it constantly needed to be reset, a major hassle. This little unit "does its job quietly", though it does seem to need an occasional restart, which is easy to do by logging onto the web interface and pretending you've changed the password and need a restart to apply it. Also, in my situation I would have had 8 Ethernet ports available with an 8-port router, as opposed to 6 available this way, which was all I really needed.

Overall Review: This doesn't seem to require being reset, just restarted, which means you won't lose your settings. Perhaps mine is not indicative of the "general population" of this product. Overall, it's been a blessing to own and I can only wish this were a more common product.

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Anonymous
Ownership: less than 1 day
4/ 5
Description 10/22/2009 3:58:16 AM

Pros: unk

Cons: Product description

Overall Review: Think of this first as a home switch. No different than a D-Link or Linksys. You plug your DSL or cable modem in. Then connect up to 3 computers/laptops. What sets this apart is the USB connections. You can plug in up to 4 printers, external hard drives, and/or flash drives. Then you use the router's configuration page to share out the USB devices over your home network. That way all of your home computers can access the printer and hard drives over your home network.

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Anonymous
Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Works As Advertised 7/27/2009 10:16:25 AM

Pros: To clear any confusion about this product, the setup was as follows: Connect USB Printers to Tritton US100.
Connect Linksys 610 router to Tritton US100 via wired Ethernet.
Configure Tritton via it's internal admin page (it is initially DHCP)
Load printer drivers on PC.
Configure printer access (path) on PC.
PRINT
I was thrilled (although I guess I should have expected it) when I configured the printers on my laptop and was able to print wirelessly. Obviously this requires a wireless router (my Linksys 610) but this setup performs flawlessly. All of my PC's run XP but it would seem to me that any PC that can access my router and that had driver support for the printer(s) connected to the US100 should work.

Cons: None that I can think of

Overall Review: I'm hoping that I can share a USB scanner as well. Can't think of any reason why this shouldn't work but I haven't set this up yet. The US100 came with surprisingly clear directions.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
5/ 5
Irony Theater 09' 4/11/2009 5:34:53 AM

Pros: For those of you not willing to research, or whom are not network saavy, This is in fact exactly what it says it is (in the pictures). It's a USB/Ethernet Printer, and Storage hub. Offers both USB2.0, and Ethernet (RJ45, CAT5, etc) connectivity.

Cons: **made in response to the mystery hardware theater comment. All one really had to do was click on the pictures. This particular device isn't listed on the Tritton site, and my guess is it's no longer made but Newegg has a stock of them to get rid of**

Overall Review: I'm not sure how well this particular brand works, but if it's built on the same quality principles that they build their audio devices with, you can be sure it's a superb piece of equipment. After-all, hubs are somewhat of an archaic technology, just about anyone can make a solid one these days. However, this isn't so common! There actually aren't a lot of manufacturers out there that make these BOTH USB 2.0, and Ethernet.

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Ownership: less than 1 day
3/ 5
Mystery Hardware Theater 3000 3/15/2009 7:21:35 PM

Pros: No idea

Cons: No idea

Overall Review: What is this device. Is it a USB hub, is it a network hub? Is it some hybrid of both that allows you to share USB devices over a network? Upon first looking at it, it seems like the stupidest device imaginable, but then it says things like supports vfat and ext3 (Linux) and Unicode. Might be something unique and useful. Especially if it costs as much as it does.

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