Remove cord-clutter with Belkin’s UWB hub


If you’re a heavy-duty notebook or Tablet PC user that owns many USB devices, you might appreciate Belkin’s Cable-Free hub due here in the U.S. in the next few weeks. The $200 device is a wireless USB hub that supports UWB, or Ultra-Wideband technology, so you can cut the cord to your USB printer, keyboard, mouse, web-cam or digital music player. The hub isn’t quite a full docking-station replacement: if you want to pipe video to an external monitor, for example, you’ll still need the dreaded VGA or other video cable. Still, the ability to remove cord-clutter is a bonus in my book.


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