assuming you meant "would NOT go through the hassle …."
As a network engineer with 40+ years exp. I would challenge that statement. Wired is ALWAYS preferred where possible. You can buy premade Cat6 UTP cable in various lengths quite cheaply. A wired connection is not subject to interference, collisions or traffic congestion. Keep the cable at least 4" from a power line to avoid cross talk and distortion and you can be quite confident to get 100/1000 Mbps throughput. If you add a switch as the central disti point the resulting CAM table will improve responses further.
Sorry I don't know if interconnecting hubs improves connection/data speed.
I just think it is funny that you got 3 answers that are no way related to your question😂😂
I don't own any to try but think it might make a difference interconnecting the hubs especially in an area that doesn't get good reception.
actually ALL answers pertaining to wired vs wireless are on point. YES you will improve quality/throughput by going wired wherever possible.
Hubs do not provide segregation of traffic whereas switches do. All ports on a hub will see and compete with all other ports for traffic priority.
A switch maintains a separate table called CAM (content addressable memory) where it can identify what MAC address is attached to each port. Each port is virtually segregated from the others and when a device wants to send data the switch will use CAM to lookup the path to connect the device with . This will 100% eliminate all collisions within the traffic path.