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Micro Bluetooth USB Dongle V2.0 3mbps 100m Range, £2.99 Delivered @ 7Dayshop

£2.99 @ 7dayShop
This tiny little bluetooth adapter will work with any bluetooth compliant device such as Notebooks, PDA's, Handleheld PC, Digital Cameras , Printers Mobile Phones etc. Specifications: Bluetooth Sp…
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This tiny little bluetooth adapter will work with any bluetooth compliant device such as Notebooks, PDA's, Handleheld PC, Digital Cameras , Printers Mobile Phones etc.
Specifications:
Bluetooth Specification V2.0 & V1.2 Compliant.
Supporting Profiles: Networking, Dial up, fax, lan access and headset.
Operating system: windows 98, 98se, me, 2000, xp, Vista, Windows 7.
Receiving/sending range 0-100m.
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banned#1
£1 @ poundshop, although they might only be 10m range ???
1 Like #2
Any idea where the drivers are from? If they're Blue Soleil, avoid like the plague.
#3
Noghar
Any idea where the drivers are from? If they're Blue Soleil, avoid like the plague.


Yeah it is Blue Soleil drivers i just downloaded them from the op link for the BT dongle!
#6
Sorry but cold from me as poundshop has them instock and are 100m range i believe as i saw them today.
#7
I agree with getting one from dealextreme... Very good piece of kit and very cheap! No BlueSoleil either!
#8
I really have to pick up a bluetooth adapter for my laptop, my netbook has it build in but I usually have it disabled to save power. I'll definitely have to check my local pound shop.
#9
They have these in pound world as well, if you have one near you
#10
imdave
I really have to pick up a bluetooth adapter for my laptop, my netbook has it build in but I usually have it disabled to save power. I'll definitely have to check my local pound shop.


So why do you want a second one?! :|

And I think this is such a good price, considering when companies like Dell charge at least £30 for a built-in module!
#11
Can it connect bluetooth headset (normally used with phones)?
#12
Remember 100m is only useful if your connecting device also supports 100m
#14
meinnit
Remember 100m is only useful if your connecting device also supports 100m

A lower range device can be extended by using Class 1 Bluetooth (with range of 100 m). Both devices do not need to be Class 1. A network comprising of 10 m Class 2 devices will communicate from a theoretical maximum range of 100 m with a Class 1 receiver. As long as the radio signals can be picked up, the strict defining standards of BlueTooth will be able to decode the signal.
#15
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?
How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?
1 Like #16
vbnmu
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?

The power class specifies the range of the Bluetooth device. Class 1 being 100m range, Class 2 being 10m and Class 3 being 1m.

If you have a network where one bluetooth device is a Class 1 device and the other is Class 2, then the Class 2 device can pick up the signal from a Class 1 device at up to 100 metres. This means that a mouse that adheres to Class 1 standards will have no problems sending its signals to a bluetooth adapter that is rated as Class 2. However, since BlueTooth is bidirectional, a Class 2 device cannot send a signal to a Class 1 device at higher ranges than 10 m. So, an example being a Class 1 headset communicating with a Class 2 adapter results in the microphone signals being sent to the Class 2 adapter at up to 100 m, BUT the Class 2 adapter sending audio to the headset will be out of range at 100m.

Depending on your usages, there may or may not be a requirement to ensure that the whole network must be Class 1.
#17
I have an even smaller model called ...............THE ATOMIC PICO !!!!
#18
BTW (again) anyone know how to edit a comment now? I've tried the button at the side without any success - using Chrome


******Refreshed****** SUCCESS!!
1 Like #19
makkax1
BTW (again) anyone know how to edit a comment now? I've tried the button at the side without any success - using Chrome

You can refresh the page and re-edit. They site has issues with objects in Javascript code being undefined at certain points but sometimes a refresh re-initialises the objects.
#20
ElliottC
makkax1
BTW (again) anyone know how to edit a comment now? I've tried the button at the side without any success - using Chrome


You can refresh the page and re-edit. They site has issues with objects in Javascript code being undefined at certain points but sometimes a refresh re-initialises the objects.


Aha! Cheers. Didn't understand a word about Javascript whatchmadoos though.
#21
ElliottC
vbnmu
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?


The power class specifies the range of the Bluetooth device. Class 1 being 100m range, Class 2 being 10m and Class 3 being 1m.


Thanks Elliot. At the moment the only bluetooth devices I have are the handsets lying around the house so I think I should be fine. Looking at using bluCTRLreceiver on my Blackberry.
#22
Cold from me. Ordered two last week, one didn't work at all on one of my Windows 7 machines and on the other, it worked but got the Blue screen of death during use. I think there is problems with these dongles + drivers + Windows 7.
#23
will not work on windows 7
#24
welder299
will not work on windows 7


why not ?
#25
vbnmu
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?
How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?

Personally would not touch DX with a barge pole
#26
its a problem with the drivers. windows says its incompatable with windows 7
#27
blackdragon
vbnmu
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?
Personally would not touch DX with a barge pole
What's wrong with DX? I've been using them for years. Only ever had 1 item that had a problem, and they sent out another straight away and didn't even ask for the first one back.
Most of the people I know that have bought from them haven't had problems either.

As for these things not working with Win7. I bought a couple of the identical looking ones from DX. Tested them both on my Win7 64bit and Vista 64bit desktops, both installed drivers automatically and worked fine (purchased for other people so had to test them thoroughly).
#28
welder299
its a problem with the drivers. windows says its incompatable with windows 7

Try searching for the hardware ID of the device in Google and you may find the correct driver. In Device Manager, right click the device, Properties, Details tab and select Hardware ID in property drop down list box. Alternatively, Windows update will provide a generic driver but unlikely to msupport A2DP for headsets. Bluetooth chipsets are made by a handful of manufacturers of which Windows update will have driver support for nearly all models, but as I referred to earlier, a search for the Hardware ID may provide better drivers with the A2DP support.
#29
jukkie
blackdragon
vbnmu
So, Focalprice or DX, anyone?How about that class 1/ 100m business, somethinng I should consider?
Personally would not touch DX with a barge pole

What's wrong with DX? I've been using them for years. Only ever had 1 item that had a problem, and they sent out another straight away and didn't even ask for the first one back.
Most of the people I know that have bought from them haven't had problems either.

As for these things not working with Win7. I bought a couple of the identical looking ones from DX. Tested them both on my Win7 64bit and Vista 64bit desktops, both installed drivers automatically and worked fine (purchased for other people so had to test them thoroughly).


Twice I have bought from DX and the item did not turn up and they told me to wait as it might take a bit longer. Then when it still did not turn up, they told to check with the postal service in Hong Kong. They took 3 months to tell me that the item had been sent back to DX. By this time, I had gone past the deadline of claiming back from Paypal.

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