Traditionally, a great majority of USB peripherals gets connected to a computer via a USB cable. That is a reliable way of connection which we have been using for years, but it has its own flaws that will make you pick a wireless USB over a cable connection since its working distance is limited as well as places where you can put a USB device. Besides, if there are a lot of connected USB devices, the overwhelming amount of cable will definitely clutter your desk. Luckily there are a number of ways to overcome that problem and extend USB over Wi-Fi - wireless USB hubs, USB over Wi-Fi sharing software, wireless USB extenders, etc.
FlexiHub is a leading software solution for sharing and connecting USB over Wi-Fi. It supports a wide range of USB devices including printers, scanners, hard drives, USB dongles, etc., and is extremely reliable when it comes to the speed of connection, and the level of its stability and security. What stands out about FlexiHub, is that it lets you significantly reduce the number of wires near your computer, turning it into a sort of wireless USB hub without requiring any additional hardware. You can run FlexiHub on any OS of your choice, it can be either Windows, macOS, Linux and even Android.
USB Network Gate is another effective solution for connecting wired USB devices to a wireless network. It not only allows to share USB over Wi-Fi but also works across a local area network, and on top of that allows to establish a wireless USB connection with another computer over the remote desktop protocol.
Wireless USB Hub is USB extender that will help you to enable any USB hard drive, USB memory card reader, USB scanner, or USB printer to be shared over a Wi-Fi network among different users. As long as there is Wi-Fi coverage, they will allow you to place your USB devices anywhere in the home or office and you will no longer be limited by the USB cable length running from your USB devices to your computers. The wireless USB transmitters usually have a functionality of a USB hub extension, allowing them to extend several devices over a home or office Wi-Fi network.
However, there are several things to consider when going with the hardware USB hubs: