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    Belkin's wireless USB hub finally coming to the UK

    Not liking the clutter of wires from all your USB devices? Belkin's wireless USB hub, the first CE certified Wireless USB product for Europe, could be the solution for you.
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    Re: Belkin's wireless USB hub finally coming to the UK

    I like the sound of this (did when I first read about it last year, too).

    Do you know how many devices can be connected to the hub?

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    Re: Belkin's wireless USB hub finally coming to the UK

    I believe it's four.

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    Re: Belkin's wireless USB hub finally coming to the UK

    £129 for a USB hub LMFAO, it runs on bateries meaning when i hard drive is pluged in how long is it going to last?

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    Re: Belkin's wireless USB hub finally coming to the UK

    I like the idea of wireless USB, but I don't think it would be useful while the range is so short. For me the benefit of wireless USB, is that I would be able to remotely access and control devices in other rooms, without snaking a long series of active USB repeater cables down the hall.

    This device appears to have been designed so that someone can run a laptop in a stylish study without visible cables, and access a remote printer or scanner that has been discreetly concealed in a cupboard. (printers especially can be accessed fairly easily over wireless, so the need is not really there, but it will sell product).

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