Super Mini Bluetooth 2.0 Adapter Dongle (Vista Compatible) £1.41 delivered @ dealextreme - HotUKDeals
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Excellent reviews for this tiny bluetooth dongle

- Bluetooth V2.0 Class 1 (class 1 is manufacturer rated)
- Maximum wireless distance: 100 meters (as per Bluetooth class 1 standard)
- Supports native Windows bluetooth stack (Windows XP and Vista)
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banned#1
I bought this a couple of months ago and it is well worth the money, Works perfectly, win 7 compatiable and best of all it is small enough to leave plugged into my notebook
#2
I have one of these, I just leave it plugged in my laptop all the time and you don't know it's there as it's so small. Hot from me.
#3
Thanks, ordered a couple.
#4
Ive ordered a few of these in the past and i just plugged it into my pc and didnt need any other software etc, just plug and go :lol:
#5
hot hot hot :thumbsup:
#6
thanks, ordered
#7
From USA but shipping is free. Thanks.
#8
Ordered 2 thanks!

:)
#9
Voted hot from me, but not ordering because laptop has built in bluetooth. As they say... only a bargain if you need it!
#10
Lippo999
From USA but shipping is free. Thanks.


You live in America? Wow. I didn't know you could get HUKD there.

Is the far east far from you?
#11
Have no clue about these things.I am a complete techie dummy. Do i need a dongle aswell? At the moment my laptop is picking up my home computer wireless connection(thanks to kids!) What do you need to get the internet while out and about? Is just this adapter enough?....i told you i am thick!


Voted hot though by the way.
#12
termite
You live in America? Wow. I didn't know you could get HUKD there.

Is the far east far from you?


.. yeah, the signal bounces off the ionosphere. :thumbsup:
#13
Lippo999
From USA but shipping is free. Thanks.


Cheeky, coming and pinching our uk deal bargains:thumbsup:
#14
Hot.

Ordered one.
#15
How many times is this going to be posted...?
#16
Cant get mine working with this laptop, running win7 X64 :(

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/304224/cheap-13-3-laptop-core-duo-160gb-hd?t=304224
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mandles;7416613
Have no clue about these things.I am a complete techie dummy. Do i need a dongle aswell? At the moment my laptop is picking up my home computer wireless connection(thanks to kids!) What do you need to get the internet while out and about? Is just this adapter enough?....i told you i am thick!


Voted hot though by the way.


This is just a bluetooth dongle for connecting to bluetooth devices such as mobile phones and... mobile phones ._.

If you want mobile broadband, you'll need to sign up for it with a service provider, they'll give you a dongle to connect wirelessly wherever you are. There's usually an option to pay as you go or pay monthly, like with mobile phones. I've heard that coverage is limited, similar to how you're mobile loses reception in some places, not really sure since I've never used it.

If you want wireless connection to the internet, most laptops come with WiFi so all you need is to search of WiFi Hotspots and connect to them. I'm guessing your home computer has a WiFi dongle to allow other devices to connect to it via WiFi so your laptop probably has WiFi. If so, I recommend getting a wireless router and using that to connect to the net instead since you won't have to leave the computer on just to access it.
Some places (like McDonalds) allow free WiFi but they tend to be flawed with holes in their secuirity which may allow other people to hack into your details on the internet. So I wouldn't recommend this.

Sorry if it's a bit confusing, there's just so much to it x]

I'm pretty sure you want mobile broadband, if so, here's O2's service, it's one of the best:

http://broadband.o2.co.uk/mobile/

MrShed;7416719
How many times is this going to be posted...?


Everytime someone comes across it the non-HUKD way.
#18
great just ordered one thanx! :)
#19
Er, sorry to disappoint you - I'm from the exotic north west - Liverpool.

The website is in US dollars, but it looks like the company is based in Hong Kong. Exchange rate for Paypal is 63p per $. Costs £1.45. Bought a similar one from 7dayshop last week for a fiver, so this is a good deal.
#20
Hot ... just ordered one
#21
Good find. Just ordered 2. thanks OP
#22
just ordered one too. paid using paypal! thanks, heat added
#23
This is the world's smallest bluetooth adapter, and I can confirm it works with Windows 7.
#24
alexq
.. yeah, the signal bounces off the ionosphere. :thumbsup:


Thats for HF skip distance not Bluetooth.

:whistling:
#25
Cheers! Heat N Rep.
#26
can get the same for cheaper on eBay (£1.09 delivered) but still a HOT deal for people who don't use eBay!
banned#27
I want to get this for my desktop, for bluetooth mouse. I have a advent bluetooth dongle already, but the software is always having issues with 'licenses' etc, and because of it, on atleast 5 occasions, i have installed the software, been asked to restart the computer and upon doing so it has corrupted windows and wouldnt boot. So ive had to format my computer that many times. On the times i have installed the dongle correctly, i try to connect my microsoft laser mouse 8000 and it asks for a pin code for pairing. Which doesnt exist. And no, 0000, 5555 etc none work so i cannot pair.

Does anyone know if im likely to suffer similar fate with this dongle or will this be trouble free. Im using windows xp pro. Rep will be awareded for useful responses.
#28
Do these ones mount to your laptop without the metal exposed?
#29
yes it just loks like a plastic bump where your usb port is
but some metal does show theres a little gap, click on the link to see pics of it plugged in.
#30
Does anyone know what kind of range this has? It would be ideal for me if the range would span 2 floors of a house, i.e attic room to living room.

TIA
#31
Artheido
This is just a bluetooth dongle for connecting to bluetooth devices such as mobile phones and... mobile phones ._.

If you want mobile broadband, you'll need to sign up for it with a service provider, they'll give you a dongle to connect wirelessly wherever you are. There's usually an option to pay as you go or pay monthly, like with mobile phones. I've heard that coverage is limited, similar to how you're mobile loses reception in some places, not really sure since I've never used it.

If you want wireless connection to the internet, most laptops come with WiFi so all you need is to search of WiFi Hotspots and connect to them. I'm guessing your home computer has a WiFi dongle to allow other devices to connect to it via WiFi so your laptop probably has WiFi. If so, I recommend getting a wireless router and using that to connect to the net instead since you won't have to leave the computer on just to access it.
Some places (like McDonalds) allow free WiFi but they tend to be flawed with holes in their secuirity which may allow other people to hack into your details on the internet. So I wouldn't recommend this.

Sorry if it's a bit confusing, there's just so much to it x]

I'm pretty sure you want mobile broadband, if so, here's O2's service, it's one of the best:

http://broadband.o2.co.uk/mobile/



Everytime someone comes across it the non-HUKD way.




Thanks so much for your help. Rep added and now i know what and what not to do. You are a star!
#32
MrShed
How many times is this going to be posted...?


once per month it appears which is the minimum re-post time allowed!
#33
Don't bother with these, take about 3 weeks to post and then i plugged it in it worked, took it out plugged it in again and never worked again
#34
:-D great deal thanks
#35
Ordered one, can't go wrong at this price.
#36
nice find, jus ordered
#37
Ordered 2.... thanks HOT !
#38
MrShed
How many times is this going to be posted...?


+1
#39
ordered 6 for various laptops and PCs in the house, came to £1.24 each using the code in OP.

Thanks, OP
#40
dcx_badass
I've got about 5 all work fine.


lucky you.

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