And if the answer to that question would be a ‘yes’, as most people are obsessed with the internet as well as communication devices, you will be familiar with gadgets such as USB infrared devices that are gradually becoming the standard connection method for devices like external hard drives, flash drives, personal media players, printers, digital cameras, keyboards and mice.
Take for example, the USB extension cable offered by byterunner technologies which is a must-have if you need to work with USB 1.1 or 2.0 peripherals that are placed at a maximum distance of about 16 feet. All you have to do is find the USB 1.1 or 2.0 ports on your PC, and the rest is simple. Not only can you directly connect to a 1.1 or 2.0 port that is within the range of 16 feet but you also have the option of connecting other repeater cables to reach further distances.
The USB IDE adapter is another offering that caters to PC users who require more storage in the form of an external hard disk. In order to do this, one has to make their PC IDE compatible, and for that, a USB IDE adapter should do the trick.