MSI Tiny Bluetooth V2.0 EDR Adapter Dongle (Vista Compatible) - £5.19 Delivered @ DealExtreme
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MSI Tiny Bluetooth V2.0 EDR Adapter Dongle (Vista Compatible) - £5.19 Delivered @ DealExtreme

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Found 23rd Apr 2008
Super small Bluetooth Dongle, really cheap.
Blue LED flashes with activity
Communication range 30feet+ according to users
Dimensions: 0.79 in x 0.45 in x 0.2 in
Weight: 0.78 oz

10 Comments

Original Poster

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Is that an Eee PC I spy... What a shame that the Eee couldn't have bluetooth intergrated. Doesn't look like it would take up much space or add much cost!

Looks good price good voted hot but why is it saying msi i cant see anything on write up to suggest made by them.

ap123ap;1951803

Some BIG Piccys



Little Bluetooth adapter. HUGE photo

This is really useful though, nothing I hate more than chunky adapters.

Compatible with PS3?

Mort

:thumbsup:
Your in tune to the shaolin shadow demon crew...

Would not buy this without knowing where the drivers came from. If they are by Blue Soleil they can keep it. I would rather go for the mini-dongle from Play, which AFAIK has drivers from a more reputatble maufacturer.

WARNING: Trying to install or operate a Bluetooth dongle with duff drivers may be hazardous to your sanity.

[SIZE=3]It's far bigger than some that have been posted recently, so it is still likely to be a nuisance if you pack your laptop away with it still connected, which is the whole point of a small bluetooth dongle! :-(

From my view, the item: sku 11866 on the (same) Dealextreme site is cheaper and appears less protruding than this one, although it might be wider and a problem if sockets are closely spaced.

As for Drivers, you must be thinking about the older (and non-Vista compatible) v2 ones. The Bluesoleil v5 drivers are superb, and are far easier than the Widdcomm to use, certainly so on XP. I don't use Vista other than on other people's machines![/SIZE]

nihcaj;1952426

[SIZE=3]It's far bigger than some that have been posted recently, so it … [SIZE=3]It's far bigger than some that have been posted recently, so it is still likely to be a nuisance if you pack your laptop away with it still connected, which is the whole point of a small bluetooth dongle! :-(From my view, the item: sku 11866 on the (same) Dealextreme site is cheaper and appears less protruding than this one, although it might be wider and a problem if sockets are closely spaced.As for Drivers, you must be thinking about the older (and non-Vista compatible) v2 ones. The Bluesoleil v5 drivers are superb, and are far easier than the Widdcomm to use, certainly so on XP. I don't use Vista other than on other people's machines![/SIZE]



Yep, definitely better, plus since it's curved will not get stuck when putting it awaay

Original Poster

rash;1953184

Yep, definitely better, plus since it's curved will not get stuck when … Yep, definitely better, plus since it's curved will not get stuck when putting it awaay



the reason why i didnt post that one is because it is on backorder.
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