SWEEX PR101 Wireless USB 2.0 Print Server 54 Mbps Just £36.56 delivered - HotUKDeals
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This is not available from stock, 1-2 weeks delivery but is much cheaper than the other I posted earlier.

Supports: TCP/IP NETBEUI, IPX/SPX and AppleTalk protocol
Windows Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/2003/XP)
Windows Server-Based Printing (NT/2000/2003)
Internal memory: 512 KB Flash, 2 MB SDRAM
USB printerport
1 x 10/100M UTP LAN port (Auto-MDI/MDI-X)
7.5V DC, 0.5A power adapter
Max/Min Operating Temperature: 0~55 ºC

Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 weeks. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.
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You will need to take extra care if ordering one of these from Amazon as they have made an error with the part number Sweex 101 is actually a parallel server (ASIN: B000GHFLGK) and Sweex 110 is the USB one(ASIN: B000GHHG68
Amazon have them both listed by the same model number.
It is possible to get wireless routers with print server ports for less than what this costs.
It is possible to get wireless routers with print server ports for less than what this costs.

Yes it may be, but as in my other print server post I pointed out that some may be less willing/able to want to buy and configure another ADSL wireless router when all they now need is to add wifi printing. This gives them another option.
From my experience adsl or broadband routers with print servers built in tend not to support as many makes/models of printers and all the printers features, stand alone units as MikeT has pointed for some people would be the better option especially if they are tied into using a providers specific router.

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