Summary: TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 10 Meters/32.8 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset This tiny Bluetooth dongle has a small enough profile to leave permanently plugged into a laptop without having to worry about...
Summary: This plug-in was a great addition to my laptop, allowing me to stream my music library wirelessly through Bluetooth to my wireless speakers. Set up was a breeze, and I had the unit working in less than five minutes.
Summary: When I first installed this tiny bluetooth adapter in one of my desktops running Windows Vista, I couldn't get it to connect to my devices. A few minutes of head scratching, and I realized that my difficulties were caused by the fact that I had installed it in one of the USB ports on the back of the...
Summary: Unfortunately, I was unable to get this to connect to any of my Bluetooth devices. On the surface, it looks like it should be an easy set up, but alas, it's not. I asked my tech savvy brother to play with it and see if he could get it to work, but it's a lost cause.
Summary: This tiny USB adaptor transforms any computer into a Bluetooth-enabled device. Plug and play that's adaptable to Windows, this tiny device supports all common wireless peripherals, such as keyboards, headsets, tablets, smartphones, and beyond up to 33 feet (there are other TrendNet USBs that can...
Summary: Bluetooth dongles are like HDMI cables; Seemingly everyone makes one, they run the gamut in terms of price even though they largely perform a single, digital function. So what sets them apart? Reliability, compatibility and ease of setup.
Good Way to Open an Additional USB Port even on a Computer Running WIndows XP
9 January 2016
Summary: The whole point of getting this was to free up some USB ports on my desktop computer. I'm not trying to cover more than a few feet from the computer so I really didn't try to see how far a Bluetooth item will work connected to this unit. It only promises 10 feet.
Summary: I like listening to music at work, just streaming it off my PC. However I have to use headphones most of the time because apparently Cheryl from accounting in the next cubicle over doesn’t have the same appreciation for Death Metal that I do (Rock-n-Roll ain’t noise pollution Cheryl).