WUSB or Wireless USB products just began to ship and WUSB 1.1 is ramping up. Although a mild ramp, as with current transfer rates of 40Mbits/second the 1.1 spec needs to hit at least 500Mbits/second otherwise it’ll never see the light of day. The 1.1 spec will support band groups at 6 GHz and above, […]
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The long awaited wireless USB hubs are starting to show their face. Belkin did a push for nearly a year before their wireless hub came out; Gefen just made their announcement about a 4 port wireless USB hub. This is an excellent choice for those having peripherals further then a common USB cable connection. The […]
The WiRanger from Icron is a wireless USB hub making it easier than ever to unclutter your desk and redistribute that crap to the credenza, filing cabinet or your buddies cubical. “Icron’s flexible ExtremeUSB technology is the engine that enables USB 1.1 or 2.0 connections over any media: wireless, cable, power line or fiber optics.” […]
If your USB ports are too close together on that hub, then a triangular hub would certainly help. That is the idea behind the Trust 4 Port Triangular USB Hub. There are two ports on either side of the triangle, back hold the power & PC connection, along with two USB ports on the top. […]
It looks like 2007 will be the year of shipping wireless USB products. D-Link offers their wireless WUSB 4 port ultra-wide band USB hub for those seeking the ultimate laziness of USB connectivity. I for one agree, leaning over to connect a USB cable to your scanner, storage hard drive or printer is just too […]
Beginning with macOS Ventura, a new layer of protection offers some reassurance to enterprise IT against USB device-borne attacks. Mac computers using the new Apple silicon will require USB and Thunderbolt accessories to be approved by the user before the accessory can communicate with macOS. When a new USB or Thunderbolt device is connected to […]
USB devices will continue to infiltrate the market for the next 5+ years and GetUSB will be there to report the action. According to In-Stat, a high-tech market research firm, USB-enabled electronics devices will double from 1.4 billion in 2005 to 2.8 billion in 2010.