Wireless USB is not common yet, but devices like the Wisair Wireless USB Module might bridge the gap between ubiquitous wired USB devices and their (upcoming) wireless USB counterparts. The goal is to turn USB 1.1 or 2.0 devices into a wireless USB device. There are drivers to install, but once that’s done, you have wireless USB communication. That’s the plan: we have not tried it for ourselves, yet.
This is a reference design from Wisair, to prove that its chips can get the job done. Wisair’s chip customers willbuy the chips and use or customize this design to build final products.