Keyspan this week will introduce its USB Server that connects USB devices to a Mac or PC via a wired or wireless Ethernet-based LAN. The USB Server –- compatible with Mac OS X 10.2.8 and higher — will ship late in the first quarter of this year at a manufacturers suggested retail price of US$129. Similar to a USB print server, the USB Server enables attached USB devices to be used and shared by client computers on a LAN. In addition to printers, the USB Device Server supports other USB devices such as hard drives, scanners and more. It provides four USB ports, connects to 10/100 Ethernet networks via an RJ45 connector and supports static IP, DHCP, and Apple’s Rendezvous address assignment.