Intel will reportedly demo some nifty wireless USB technology at the Intel Developer Forum this month.
Intel will unveil a multi-company initiative to support a 480 Mbit/s wireless USB technology over 10 meters based on UWB. Backers will include Dolby Labs and many of the companies currently supporting the wired USB 2.0 specification, said an Intel spokesman.Intel's wireless USB technology apparently won't make it into shipping products until next year, but already I can see loads of potential for portable media devices, digital cameras, and a host of other peripherals.
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