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Smallest Bluetooth 2.0 Adapter Dongle (Vista/Windows XP Compatible)

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  • World's smallest Bluetooth USB Adapter. Only the size of a quarter (quarter is not included).
  • Bluetooth V2.0 Class 1 (class 1 is manufacturer rated)
  • Maximum wireless distance: up to 100 meters, line of sight.
  • Supports native Windows bluetooth stack (Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7). No drivers needed. Supports native Windows drivers.
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0026SKZO0
  • Item model number: 30000212
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)

Product Description

Synchronize wirelessly your Blackberry, iPhone, Palm, Razr, any other Bluetooth compatible cell phones and handheld devices.


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Customer Reviews

You can imagine my anger after having this happen.
Thomas A. Fabrizio Jr.
I tried and tried but could not get it to work on my laptop running Windows 7 Home 64 bit.
Swanderer
Works great with my wife's android phone and her Bluetooth headset.
jrhendren

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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Thomas A. Fabrizio Jr. on January 8, 2010
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I bought 2 of these looking at the price being so good but shipping costs brought 2 of these up to over 10$ but i bought them anyways after seeing peoples sucsess storys. Bad choice. This bluetooth adapter would work great if it wasnt tied to Bluesiols Drivers. You can get this dongle to work for standard bluetooth devices like file transfers without installing the software but anything involving sound coming out through the bluetooth adapter into your bluetooth headset forget it. This device manufacture using bluesiol was a big mistake. I tried installing the bluesiol software on the disc on my brand spanking new 1500$ computer with windows 7 and it crashed my computer with the blue screen of death! You can imagine my anger after having this happen. I uninstalled the bluesiol software and did a system restore to fix the blue screen problem. then i went to bluesiols website and tried to install the newest software, With support for windows 7. It recognized the dongle after a restart and i was finally able to use my bluetooth headset after 4 hours of troubleshooting!(Or so i thought,) I started talking to my friends on skype and 2 minutes later the headset disconnected from the dongle. Going into bluesiol and telling it to reconnect gave me various messages, like there is no bluetooth dongle installed, and the bluetooth service isnt running, and the headset isnt responding. My headset is fine as it connects to my Macbook. So it is the hardware and software, after more troubleshooting(1 hour later) I was able to connect again and hear and speak to my friends. YAY!(or so i thought) Once again 2 minutes later the dongle just wasnt installed or recognized. figures. I have yet to try this on linux, or on my imac that doesnt have bluetooth. I will edit this review once ive tested it.Read more ›
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 22, 2009
I've had this for some time now, and had no trouble at all using it to connect to a GPS receiver and my mouse - completely plug-and-play. However, the device does not seem to support A2DP, which means that while my stereo headset connects without a problem, I'm not able to pass audio to it. I'm planning on purchasing a slightly more expensive Broadcom-based model that fits about the same form factor (and expressly indicates that it supports A2DP).

Note that it's also possible that the issue I'm experiencing is a software rather than a hardware issue, but given that I'm unable to install the necessary drivers for support of my device, I assume it's a hardware incompatibility.

Edit 12/29/09: I received my new adapter and confirmed that the problems I was experiencing were hardware related - this device either does not support A2DP, or simply doesn't support audio devices at all. Audio devices you pair with your computer will appear as installed devices, but will not be available to Windows as playback devices, so you won't get any sound from them.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By William H. Cox on January 8, 2010
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The hardware is cheap feeling.

However the REAL con is the SOFTWARE. No driver support outside of bluesoleil. Ever heard of it? I hope not because god its a headache. Not only is it NOT FREE (yeah seriously, essentially a TRIAL edition driver...) but it's awful clunky and doesn't let you fully utilize your device. So in the end, you'll end up paying more for the crappy software, crappy support, and weak hardware.

Save your money and buy a linksys etc. Not to mention this device's bluetooth class is the short choppy range type. You could step up a class in the 20 dollar range and have something that has 3-5 times the range.

DO NOT BOTHER WITH THIS PIECE OF ... HARDWARE.

I hope Bluesoleil honestly goes out of business for the gimmick scam. It's disenfranchising the wonderful thing bluetooth could be. I'll be doing my best to get a return. Wish me luck.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bobby Meeks on March 18, 2010
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No drivers with mine - supposed to use the generic drivers according to the sales folks - and they know nothing beyond plug and play... here is how to make it work on XP SP3 and Microsoft BT mouse.

Uninstall any other bluetooth drivers and installations if you have had any other devices installed. Then plug this little flea in and once it says it is up and running - you have to then change some service settings. FUN!!!!

press WIN+R - type "services.msc

scroll to "Bluetooth Support Service" and double click

Make sure it is set to Automatic on the first tab - then click on the "Log On" tab.

Select "Local System account" and also the check box below that (Allow service....)

Restart the service by going back to the first tab and clicking stop, then start.

Remove and reinsert the dongle (in a different port will sometimes help) then try to pair again using 0000 as the vendor provided pass code (if you are using a microsoft BT mouse or something similar)

That should work... I got the info here -- [...]
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By galimmar on July 9, 2011
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I use Linux as my primary operating system (Fedora 14) and after plugging in the Bluetooth Adapter to an available USB port, the device worked great. I was able to transfer files from my phone to my computer and vice-versa; the drivers must have been included with the operating system. As far as Bluetooth headsets/speakers, I really don't know. Overall this is great for Linux, I'm sure Ubuntu supports it as well.
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