Reviews and Problems with Intel AnyPoint Home Network
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Dux Computer Digest
24 December 1999
Conclusion: I'll close by stating that no matter how well it is designed, AnyPoint is not a total panacea for all home networking situations. In my considerable experience, any device which plugs into a parallel port and shares it with a printer will have problems with a noticeable percentage of computers and printers (and users).
Excerpt: Before 1997, Home networking was not in the minds of computer makers and companies. At that time, only large corporations or businesses bothered to network their systems for efficiency and cohesiveness. Now, everyone is seeing the obvious benefits of home networking and the great things about it. With it you can share Internet access simultaneously with more than one computer, play games and transfer and read files on other computers’ hard drives.