Useful because it makes it easy to access your USB-friendly add-ons, like printers, iPods, memory card readers and flash drives over wireless networks. There’s five ports on offer on the black unit – two on the front, three on the rear. And software allows you to access our choice of device as if it was plugged into your machine.
For example, if it was your printer, you could check ink levels and settings as you would with a printer attached by cable. It goes on sale in the US in June for $130, with a UK roll-out coming soon after at an (as yet) unconfirmed price. it will be Windows-only initially, with a Mac version to follow later in the year.
Via The Register