Nexxus Bluemicro Pro V2.0 Bluetooth Dongle is back! ABSOLUTELY TINY - just £6.99 delivered @ Play.com (4% QuidCo) - HotUKDeals
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Play.com have the "Nexxus Bluemicro Pro V2.0 Bluetooth Dongle" back for just £6.99 on their website. Delivery is free. QuidCo is 4%, if you wish to take it. You may be able to incorporate this with the "RAC" 5% off deal.

Last time this was on HUKD it did brilliantly and was very popular. 4 months on, and this product makes a return - but it's still the cheapest price available as far as I can see!!

At 1.9cm this is arguably the smallest Bluetooth dongle in the world today. Despite its diminuitive size, Bluemicro PRO offers the same super-fast transfer speeds and enhanced connectively as other standard-sized V2.0 Bluetooth adaptors, without the disadvantage of 'bulky' adaptors which often get left at home! Bluemicro PRO's ultra low-profile (only protrudes by 7mm) means that once it's plugged in, it can be left in, making it the ideal solution for those who need Bluetooth connectivity on the move.
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#1
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#2
that's very cool ducky - just wish the iphone could do bluetooth data transfer and sync...
1 Like #3
[SIZE=2]VERY Expensive
[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]Physically identical, just over £3, and from past experience not likely to take as long to get there all the way from Hong Kong as it does from Jersey:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/212506/tiny-bluetooth-2-0-wireless-adapter/[/SIZE]
#4
I have this, bought from play.com. Works fine with my Eee PC.
banned#5
nihcaj
[SIZE=2]VERY Expensive
[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]Physically identical, just over £3, and from past experience not likely to take as long to get there all the way from Hong Kong as it does from Jersey:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/212506/tiny-bluetooth-2-0-wireless-adapter/[/SIZE]


beat me to it!!

deal extreme all the way - Much cheaper
#6
[SIZE="2"]I hope this question doesn't sound daft, but what's wrong with using a cable, or rather, why is is it preferable to connect a mobile phone to a PC/ Laptop via BT?[/SIZE]:thinking:
1 Like #7
windhoek
[SIZE="2"]I hope this question doesn't sound daft, but what's wrong with using a cable, or rather, why is is it preferable to connect a mobile phone to a PC/ Laptop via BT?[/SIZE]:thinking:


A cable is faster, but bluetooth is so much more convient. I can turn on my laptop which is already paired with my N95 and its automatically connects, my phone can be in a different room and I can still grab pictures off it etc. I also don't have to hunt around for a cable (i have lots of cables!)
#8
[SIZE="2"]Thanks simba. I see now that it's all about convenience. I've seen another BT dongle on sale at qfonic for £6.99. Any comments on it? I think it would make it easier for sliding a laptop into a carry case.[/SIZE] :thumbsup:
http://www.qfonic.com/nano-usb-edr-bluetooth-dongle-wireless-adapter-p-2588.html?osCsid=906c2d53c273620f6228dfe5abbc304d
1 Like #9
windhoek;2656035
[SIZE=2]Thanks simba. I see now that it's all about convenience. I've seen another BT dongle on sale at qfonic for £6.99. Any comments on it? I think it would make it easier for sliding a laptop into a carry case.[/SIZE] :thumbsup:
http://www.qfonic.com/nano-usb-edr-bluetooth-dongle-wireless-adapter-p-2588.html?osCsid=906c2d53c273620f6228dfe5abbc304d


Highly suitable, but again, very expensive, the same shape (and odds on the same innards!) has been posted before too, can't remember the thread, but it is dirt cheap at less than 6 US Dollars: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11866 delivered

Odds on both are the same made by this firm: http://www.cyber-blue.com/products_info.asp?id=58&code=AC
#10
[SIZE="2"]thanks nihcaj, they do seem to be extraordinarily similar :roll:[/SIZE]
#11
This has been this price all the time Play have stocked it which is a long time, so nothing new I'm afraid.
#12
simate
This has been this price all the time Play have stocked it which is a long time, so nothing new I'm afraid.


Nope, but a good price for such a small bluetooth device. :) Great for people with laptops who don't want something big sticking out of it like most of these adapters are.
#13
Does anyone happen to know if this little BT adapter works with the Wii Remote? I know some do and some dont, but if anyones had any luck........
#14
Beat me 2 it, Dealextreme, much cheaper
#15
I fancy one of these tiny BT adapters, but I want to make sure it supports A2DP on linux/mac/xp/vista. Maybe that's too much to ask. At least Linux and Mac then.

Can anyone identify such a model?
#16
cuteusmaximus;2657421
I fancy one of these tiny BT adapters, but I want to make sure it supports A2DP on linux/mac/xp/vista. Maybe that's too much to ask. At least Linux and Mac then.

Can anyone identify such a model?


I have used about 5 different USB bluetooth dongles, and with the right software they have ALL supported A2DP on XP & Vista. All have been les than 6 quid each. Not used my Headphones when I have run Ubuntu, but had no problems running anything else lest demanding under that either.

Risking 3 quid on a dongle from Dealextreme isn't exactly living dangerous to find out though, and I am sure you could flog it on eBay to cover the cost even if it wasn't OK.

The version of the SOFTWARE is most likely to be the issue at least as far as Windows. Old versions, esp. of Widcomm don't seem to handle A2DP at all, but I have been using BlueSoliel since v. 1.6 without problems (might not have worked with 1.4), and since v6 it has been MUCH better still.
#17
Braehead PCWorld sell bluetooth dongles just like this one (same size). No idea who makes it though as it's now out of stock, but it was about the same price as this so might be worth checking your local first. Saying that I would rather give Play.com my money than let DSGi/PCW have it :LOL:
#18
Voted cold on this one. Its been cheaper than this in the past and you also say its free next day delivery, which its not.
#19
Hi,
Thanks for posting the deal - but Play.com do not have "Next day delivery" AFAIK. This item says "Usually dispatched within 24 hours" and that's not the same as next day delivery. Being that they are based off-shore, Play.com takes a couple of days.
Thanks!
#20
kavakava;2658546
Hi,
Thanks for posting the deal - but Play.com do not have "Next day delivery" AFAIK. This item says "Usually dispatched within 24 hours" and that's not the same as next day delivery. Being that they are based off-shore, Play.com takes a couple of days.
Thanks!


Yes, at least. I have been a lot unluckier, more like 5 days for me :-(
In fact I have had Dealextreme stuff back in that time which is why I said it would probably be quicker (although to be fair, that can be 7 days plus, but at their prices I am usually willing to put up with longer)
#21
duckmagicuk2
Nope


Yes!
#22
How do you find out if it is widcomm or blue soleil?

From what i can work out, the deal extreme ones are clones with the same mac address and a pirated copy of bluesoleil?
#23
kavakava
Hi,
Thanks for posting the deal - but Play.com do not have "Next day delivery" AFAIK. This item says "Usually dispatched within 24 hours" and that's not the same as next day delivery. Being that they are based off-shore, Play.com takes a couple of days.
Thanks!


Sorry, a mistake on my part. :)
#24
This was £6.45 the other week i think.. thank lord for built in bluetooth on my laptop :D
#25
A couple of points:
1) I have one of these (bought from Play) and they are excellent but they do stick out of the USB port by quite a lot to make it possible to leave them there whilst carrying the laptop around in and out of its bag.

2) Dealextreme sent me the wrong item once and I could never get that sorted and have it replaced. Their CS seems non-existent.

3) They come with Bluesoleil software.

Hope this helps someone...
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#26
Bossworld;2659274
How do you find out if it is widcomm or blue soleil?

From what i can work out, the deal extreme ones are clones with the same mac address and a pirated copy of bluesoleil?


Bluetooth dongles are not tied down to using any one software version, any more than a PC is. The newest Bluesoliel is not registered using the hardware now, so if you have a paid-for version, there is nothing stopping you using that.
When supplied with ANY Bluetooth software, they tend to be old versions of it, whether or not it is Bluesolil or Widcomm :-(
#27
Aiadi;2660390
A couple of points:
1) I have one of these (bought from Play) and they are excellent but they do stick out of the USB port by quite a lot to make it possible to leave them there whilst carrying the laptop around in and out of its bag.
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they DO? or do you mean don't? That's the point of the small one, so you don't need to keep taking it out on a laptop, otherwise, on a desktop, use a long USB cable, and put it slightly higher up to get better range.

Aiadi;2660390

2) Dealextreme sent me the wrong item once and I could never get that sorted and have it replaced. Their CS seems non-existent.
.


Possibly right, but their prices are so low, it is a bit of a gamble that still leaves me quids in on the items I have bought - I have had the same problem with wrong goods being delivered by (& here are just a FEW examples) - Ebuyer, Viking, Debenhams, Jessops etc. in all cases, the cost of calls, postage and time means I was MUCH more than 3 quid out of pocket, as "customer service" is so poor with most companies. With the price of petrol these days, it is OFTEN not worth taking something back unless it is on the way to somewhere else! eg. I was overcharged at Somerfield on Friday, but won't be rushing back, even though it isn't far as I would be more out of pocket than the overcharge!

Aiadi;2660390

3) They come with Bluesoleil software.
.


Probably, and probably and old-ish version anyway, but most come that way :-(
#28
nihcaj
they DO? or do you mean don't? That's the point of the small one, so you don't need to keep taking it out on a laptop, otherwise, on a desktop, use a long USB cable, and put it slightly higher up to get better range.


Yes they do stick out and keeping them in the USB port would definitely make something liable to getting broken when transporting the laptop. That was disappointing for me but the device itself work brilliantly as I said. Mine came with BlueSoleil 2.6.0.1
#29
Anyone know if this Tiny Bluetooth 2.0 Wireless Adapter Dongle will work to stream music to my A2DP AVRCP bluetooth v2.0 speakers, these have a spec range of up to 10 m

Anyone else got theirs yet, mine works well for the setup as above but breaks up if i take my speakers into the next bedroom/bathroom! so not as good as i was expecting it to be! But hey as others have said it was worth a punt for £3.11. i think its the quickest delivery time from DX i have ever had only 4 days since i had a confirmation email of dispatch!
H&R added to op cheers
#30
I bought one of these... but having a hard time pairing it with my Apple Mac wireless keyboard and mouse... can anyone help out here?

They seem to pair OK, but I get no control from the keyboard or mouse... I was expecting a Windows XP message on the taskbar to say keyboard and mouse detected, but I get nothing...

Anyone successful in getting Apple bluetooth devices to work with this adaptor?
#31
Now £6.99.

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