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Hi B. Stewart,
The need for bluetooth all depends on whether or not you use the technology. Just think of bluetooth as another way of connecting devices and/or transferring data...but without a physical chord. So...printing, transferring photos from a camera, peripheral speakers, business cards from smartphones...etc. … see more
Hi B. Stewart,
The need for bluetooth all depends on whether or not you use the technology. Just think of bluetooth as another way of connecting devices and/or transferring data...but without a physical chord. So...printing, transferring photos from a camera, peripheral speakers, business cards from smartphones...etc. anything you might want to move from one device to another you can do wirelessly if they are both bluetooth enabled. I work remotely, so I use the bluetooth in my laptop mainly to connect to my bluetooth headpiece which acts as speaker and microphone for my google voice calls (done directly from my desktop) and skype calls. Bluetooth is also the easiest way for me to transfer things from my smartphone to my laptop when I'm on the go. Mainly pictures & or business cards I input to my phone. If the upcharge to add bluetooth to your laptop is hefty - you can always skip it and opt for a USB bluetooth adapter if you later find you would have a practical use for it. see less

By AlwaysOnMyFeet on January 30, 2012
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