Belkin prepping certified wireless USB hub

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Tim Higgins

With Freescale gone from the UltraWideBand market, Belkin is moving
on to fully join the ranks of "Certified Wireless USB" vendors. Belkin
showed a new version of wireless USB hub and dongle at last week’s Consumer Electronics

The Wireless USB Hub with Wireless USB Adapter uses certified wireless
USB technology from WiQuest, instead of the Wisair chipset used in its
"Cable-Free USB Hub" which is just starting to become widely available.
The datasheet for the product specs throughput at "up to 80Mbps of real throughput" and says it will interoperate with other certified wireless USB devices.

The new product is slated to be available in May at $199.99 suggested

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