Belkin Wireless USB Hub F5U302
Released September, 2007
The Pros:Declutter your workspace. Freedom to separate your USB devices from your computer - up to 30 ft.
The Cons:Way too expensive.
The Belkin Wireless USB Hub is a two part system with the adapter connecting directly to your computer's USB port, with the hub connecting to your USB devices. The adapter and hub communicate wirelessly at a speed of 480Mbps over a maximum range of 30 feet.
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To your computer there is no difference from a regular USB hub other than the reduced clutter of cables in your work space. Despite the fact that wireless USB hubs are designed to move components such as external hard drives and printers away from your desk, Belkin opted for more stylish design in the hub's casing.
Each of the four ports on the hub supports both USB1.1 and USB2.0 specifications and their recommended speeds. It's unknown whether this hub runs on the Ultra-Wideband (UWB) spectrum which ensures the wireless signal does not interfere with other wireless networks such as your home network or cordless phones.
D-Link's DUB-2240 is another wireless hub that is less attractive, similarly priced and runs on UWB.
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Freedom to separate your USB devices from your computer - up to 30 ft
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