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Aaah…Wireless USB From D-Link

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 much work.

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It looks like my paperless office will also be wireless by 2008, thanks to WUSB.

The D-Link DUB-9240 wireless hub wont be the fastest kid on the block as unofficial reports indicate transfer speeds of under 10MB/second and with no transfer speeds available on the D-Link website we aren’t too hopeful. With a maximum distance from base to hub at 30 feet I doubt this distance will have a big impact on performance.

For now, The WUSB hub from D-Link is a good solution for those itching to try out the new technology and connect with their slower devices like printers and scanners. If you are looking to stream video from your way-off hard drive than shoot us an email about it’s performance. We’d be interested to know.

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Source: D-Link via PC World

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