While the Raspberry Pi Zero is not exactly broadly available, there are still several tenths of thousands who own, and I’ve seen several use a USB to OTG adapter combined to a USB hub to add USB devices such as a WiFi dongle, or/and keyboard. This works, but it’s quite messy.
Hubpixed is on Kickstarter, and has already exceeded its (lowly) $1,000 funding target. You can pledge $8 to get Hubpixed manually assembled, or $10 factory assembled. Delivery is scheduled for March 2016, but he’ll probably have to sort out shipping however, as it’s not included and adds $6 to the US, and a deal-breaking $20 to the rest of the world. Delivery is scheduled for March 2016. The idea is great, but simple to reproduce, so it’s likely Chinese manufacturers will have a similar board soon for a couple of dollars shipped considering they are currently selling actual USB hubs for $1 including shipping.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.