Belkin 802.11n Network USB Hub
Released June, 2007
The Pros:Share USB devices over your wireless network.
The Cons:No wireless transmitter device included, must be connected to network/router via ethernet.
Belkin engineers have combined their expertise of 802.11n and wireless USB hubs and have made a 802.11n wireless USB hub. This sleek, black device allows you to plug up to 5 USB peripherals (iPod, digital camera, printer, etc.
) to be accessed from anywhere on your wireless network. It is a Linux-based device, running software capable of advanced functionality like reading ink levels on a connected printer without extra drivers.
There are 5 USB 2.0 inputs: 2 in the front, and 3 in the back. The Belkin 802.11n Network USB Hub is expected to retail for $130. A Windows-compatible version will be available in June 2007, and Mac OS / X users will have to wait a little longer.
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Share USB devices over your wireless network
No wireless transmitter device included, must be connected to network/router via ethernet.
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