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First wireless USB products certified

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Certification has been awarded to consumer wireless USB products for the first time, with Dell and Lenovo both announcing notebook computers using the technology.

Although the products are not currently available in the UK — wireless USB (WUSB) will only be sanctioned for use here in the next couple of months — they mark the first mass-production devices to incorporate the standard. Like the upcoming Bluetooth 3.0 (due next year), WUSB is based on ultrawideband (UWB), a low-power, high-bandwidth, short-range radio technology.

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Well that would make it a lot easier for people to connect their printers I reckon. I knew it would be coming, everything will be wireless one day...
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