Keyspan USB 2.0 Server - It's Not Certified Wireless USB, But It's Close Enough

As you have likely noticed if you spend any time on the internet, or browsing through a computer store, there are thousands of devices that connect via USB. Wouldn't it be great if you could use those devices from any computer in your house at any time?

One solution for this is the USB 2.0 Server from Keyspan. The Server is relatively small and has two USB 2.0 ports, and a single ethernet jack. It requires power to run, which is cool since it will power your USB devices if needed. Don't get any wise ideas about hooking up a USB hub and thus getting all the ports you want, as hubs are not currently supported, though they may be in the future.

If you don't feel like running an ethernet cable all the way to the server, you'll be happy to know that it also supports WiFi. The USB 2.0 Server is a bit pricey at $129, but depending on your setup, it could be well worth the money.

Keyspan USB 2.0 Server Brings WiFi, Ethernet to Your Favorite Two Devices [via gizmodo]