||Take a look at this little box from
Kensington, you know, if you are like me,
||you probably have
a desktop and a laptop right?
||And it can sometimes be a little
frustrating sharing peripherals
||between the two, right?
||I mean, you have your one printer,
you have your external hardrive,
||you want to be able to use
that printer with your desktop,
||and you want to use it with your laptop,
and you want to be able to use your
||external hardrive with all of the stuff.
You could network everything together,
||but that's kind of a pain. And you just
kinda want it to be a nice, simple solution
||and Kensington has
really come up with one.
||This thing is really, really great.
It is the Kensington ShareCentral 2,
||and it's going to absolutely simplify your whole
deal with sharing some of your peripherals
||with two of your computers and
it's gonna do it in a really, really easy way.
||Take a look at this. On the back
there are just a few ports on this thing.
||You've got, these are plugging
into your computer right here.
||These will run to the USB
ports on your computer.
||And these are plugged
in from your USB device.
||So, they say you plug in your printer here,
and you plug in your internal hardrive right here.
||Alright? And now you have your
two peripherals hooked up to this box,
||and your two computers
hooked up to this box.
||Plug it into the wall with
the included AC adaptor.
||And then, every time you want
to switch between something,
||when you want to switch,
you just push this button.
||If you want to switch your hardrive between
your two computers, you just push the button.
||If you want to switch your printer between
the two computers, you just push this button.
||So, with this box you could actually
have you printer live and running
||on your desktop while your hardrive is
live and running to your notebook,
||and all with a simple
flip of the switch.
||So, as you can see, you're
probably thinking, ah-ha,
||this is exactly what
I've been looking for.
||Every time I try to print something I have to
unplug my USB port and plug it into my printer.
||Every time I try to print over my network,
it just doesn't work, for some reason.
||This is going to solve that problem
and it's gonna solve it in a very, very
||simple, simple way.
It's all plug and play.
||There's no network required.
||It's gonna work
right outa the box.
||It does include some driver utility CDs,
to make things a little smoother.
||But, you actually don't even have to do it
because it actually has an automatic
||and a manual mode that's going to
allow you, to allow this to actually be
||controlled through the drivers
there included with it as well.
||So, if you have it on automatic mode,
you can actually switch between devices
||without even touching the box,
which is really, really cool.
||But, I thought this was neat. I pulled it off the
shelf, and I was like, you know this is something
||that I could use, so other people
could probably use it as well.
||Not a whole lot more to say about it.
It's just going to simplify your situation
||when sharing your peripherals.
And... on the top here,
||it does have a picture of a printer
and a hardrive, it doesn't have to be
||a printer or a hardrive.
It could be a scanner.
||It could be a webcam.
It could be anything that is USB,
||any USB external device you're gonna be
able to switch between two computers
||with this little box
||It is the Kensington
||and it's gonna make your whole world a lot
simpler you'll thank me for it later, alright?
||If you want to get yourself one of these
Kensington ShareCentral 2 hub switches,
||go to any of the retailers
listed here and type in:
||For ComputerTV, I'm Bauer.