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Belkin Bluetooth adapter
7 December 2008
Summary: Bought this Bluetooth USB Adapter three days ago and was unable to download the software...it was not compatible with my Vista 64 bit Home Premium...Maybe it will work with other systems. I replaced it with Kensington Bluetooth USB Micro Adapter and had GREAT and QUICK success with it. Plus, this adapter is tiny and can stay plugged in all the time. I can now print wirelessly!
Excerpt: "...a give away price. The Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter is very easy to use it comes with a CD software to load ontop your computer and you plug it in at the USB port. Set up is easy just follow the on screen guide when installation has finished click and there will be a logo of the device installed onto your desktop or taskbar. You can then access the device from clicking the logo. It's that easy. It will detect any bluetooth devices within ...
Summary: I bought this device for my laptop quite a few months ago and it cost me £12 from Maplins store in Hereford, you can now buy it on Amazon for £3 which is not only a bargain but its a give away price. The Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter is very easy to use it comes with a CD software to load ontop your computer and you plug it in at the USB port.
Summary: To the uninitiated, Bluetooth sounds like some sort of horrible disease that might afflict, say, a cow. In reality, it's a useful tool which allows electronic devices (such as mobile phones and computers) to share information with each other without actually being physically connected. The problem is that if you have an older computer, it may not have Bluetooth built in. This is where this handy little gadget comes in.
Pros: Reliable and adequate for basic needs, cheap, easy to use once set up
Cons: Awful installation process, difficult to get up and running
Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter: For the money it's good
29 October 2008
Summary: I was asked to get a Bluetooth dongle for use with my PC at work and found this product. Being a purchase for work I was asked to buy the cheapest I could find and at £9.99 this seemed a bargain. I wasn't expecting much for that kind of money, but was pleasantly suprised. The Belkin Bluetooth Adaptor was relatively quick and easy to set up and I was using it within half an hour or so of unpacking it and it was at this point I hit the only snag I've had.
Excerpt: "This product is so simple to use. It comes complete with all software required. You just plug it in and away you go. This is a great device for transfering pics from your mobile phone to your pc. The one disadvantage I have found, and this may just be me being thick, is that I cannot seem to upload more than one pic at a time so it can be a time consuming business. Overall though, this is a handy little piece of kit to have. My daughter wouldn't be ...
Excerpt: "The Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter is very useful technology which you simply plug into your USB slot. I actually got this about 2 years ago because I wanted to transfer photos and videos from my mobile phone to my PC and I didn't have a mobile phone cable to connect to the PC. So this was ideal rather than purchasing a cable which would have cost the same, but with this I can use it for other Bluetooth enabled devices such as my PDA or Laptop. Main ...
Pros: For Blutooth Enabled Devices, 100m Range, Plug & Play
Excerpt: "...Remote Control. Unlike the previous Belkin Bluetooth modules, the software supplied with these dongles works perfectly within Windows XP SP2! No hacking is required and with this dongle/software, you don\'t have to use Microsoft\'s Bluetooth stack. Software installation is very easy, insert the CD, follow the instructions and that\'s about it. After installation is complete, finding other devices, pairing and exchanging data is very easy. We\'re ...