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Iogear's product is based on Alereon's PHY Chipset and Intel's Wireless UWB Link controller, both of which completed compliance and certification testing from the USB-IF and are designated Certified Wireless USB building block solutions.

D-Link will also offer a kit (DUB-9240) that includes both the wireless USB adapter and 4-port wireless USB hub.

The DUB-9240 Wireless USB Kit, DUB-2240 4-port Wireless USB hub, and DUB-1210 Wireless USB adapter are expected to ship in Q4. MSRP's are $219.99 for the DUB-9240 and $119.99 each for the DUB-2240 Wireless hub and DUB-1210 wireless adapter.

Iogear did not announce pricing or availability.

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