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Ultra-small Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB stick for £1! @ Poundworld
Ultra-small Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB stick for £1! @ Poundworld

Ultra-small Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB stick for £1! @ Poundworld

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Wow! Walked into my local poundland store in Leicester and to my surprise, they were selling ultra-slim Bluetooth 2.0 USB sticks. Great for peeps that don't have bluetooth in their laptops/computers. I paid £5 for mine! Could've bought 5! :p!

Looks EXACTLY the same to the DX one and has the same specs!

(They had this 6 months ago but ran out of stock, I posted this 6 months ago. But they *now* have tons in stock! Grab some for christmas lol :p)

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You can buy them online for around this price delivered - i've got one plugged into my laptop constantly.

Not going to vote.

It's also regional, or rather, it depends upon your branch. Not all will have any.

So, is it Poundworld or Poundland?

it says EDR 2.0 but i couldnt get it to work only simple file transfers worked no audio still good for a quid tho

Haylhoo

You can buy them online for around this price delivered - i've got one … You can buy them online for around this price delivered - i've got one plugged into my laptop constantly.Not going to vote.



Hi. Can you point me in the direction of the site that sells them for this price please?

mtdmonic

it says EDR 2.0 but i couldnt get it to work only simple file transfers … it says EDR 2.0 but i couldnt get it to work only simple file transfers worked no audio still good for a quid tho



Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR is a specification that defines higher data rates hence the Enhanced Data Rate abbreviation. For use with audio headsets, you will need to download the relevant drivers. Many of the cheap bluetooth adapters use the same CSR chipsets and although the downloads are not available from CSR themselves, Microsoft do have the A2DP drivers readily available via a Windows Update.

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Why is this expired? Its still going on. Unexpire please.

gratts

Hi. Can you point me in the direction of the site that sells them for … Hi. Can you point me in the direction of the site that sells them for this price please?


eBay and dealextreme, they sell the little nano one for £1 inclusive postage (I bought mine for 95p from ebay).

I'm still waiting for mine from dealextreme I ordered it 2 months ago!

Got one of these, they are great for the price, but I can't get it to sync with my bluetooth headsets (win7) Could be because of the device or could be because of Win7's a**l automatic pairing?

Anyway, good deal!

Bargain.... Worth £9.99 anyday as good as any brand one or Tesco's £8 one....

maxmix

ElliottC

Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR is a specification that defines higher data rates … Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR is a specification that defines higher data rates hence the Enhanced Data Rate abbreviation. For use with audio headsets, you will need to download the relevant drivers. Many of the cheap bluetooth adapters use the same CSR chipsets and although the downloads are not available from CSR themselves, Microsoft do have the A2DP drivers readily available via a Windows Update.



cheers for the info , but its not just the audio i am having a problem with, i mainly bought it for using my ps3 controoler to work and the moition in joy drivers dont support it

mtdmonic

cheers for the info , but its not just the audio i am having a problem … cheers for the info , but its not just the audio i am having a problem with, i mainly bought it for using my ps3 controoler to work and the moition in joy drivers dont support it



To use any bluetooth device, requires drivers to decode the signals. I know drivers are required for for the communications protocol but further drivers are required for connecting devices such as headsets, keyboard, mouses and PS3 controllers.

Unlike audio headsets, I doubt Microsoft will make available PS3 controller drivers available via updates but I have found a guide here:

davieslim.com/ps3…th/
Edited by: "ElliottC" 25th Nov 2010
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