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  • posted byndsinister on 01/01/2014

    Once I plugged it in and installed the drivers I could pretty much very easily pair it with my wireless bluetooth headphones and smartphones. The driver was a bit confusing to install. The one that Windows 7 installed automatically seemed to partially work and then also drivers downloaded from the internet didn't do the job well. Eventually I used my ... Read more

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  • posted byaolmar on 11/15/2013

    It worked on my Linux without problems, just plug and play, like any other Bluetooth dongle I have ever seen. Transfer speed is not as high as expected. I only got 128 KB/s, which means roughly 1 Mbps. The standard says it might reach up to 24 Mbps... dmesg reports it as "Broadcom Bluetooth 3.0 Device". lsusb indicates BCM2046. Not very useful ... Read more

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  • posted bycicsme on 10/24/2013

    I have nothing to say about the build quality. This dongle is currently in used with Raspberry Pi. It took aprox. 5 minutes to install blue-man and the dongle is up and running. Once it's up and running, it's very stable. Right now the Raspberry Pi is connected to an Arduino through a bluetooth shield. Every second the temperature are send to RPi and ... Read more

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  • posted byliltsu on 08/13/2013

    Cheap and nice useful Bluetooth 3.0 adapter. ...... I had problems with driver settings. but i downloaded a driver and it started working....A little small and can be easily lost, but is this really a con when it is small and to the point. I brought this to connect my wireless bluetooth headphones. .... convenient to connect the Bluetooth devices such ... Read more

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  • posted bybodomchild on 08/07/2013

    - Windows 7 automatically recognized it. - I could easily pair it with my Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo. - It does what is supposed to do - Really good price - Body well built. - Also works with motioninjoy and sixaxis dualshock 3 bluetooh controllers (PS3) - the CD was unprotected inside the cover, but had no scratches. Not needed for Windows 7, so not ... Read more

    Front cover Back cover The bluetooh dongle.
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  • posted byDXnilez on 07/26/2013

    - Works out of the packet. Plug in & presto! - Small enough to leave it plugged in for travel - I comes at a good price - Has blue led built-in to know it's plugged in correctly - Build quality could be better, case is a bit flimsy This thing worked after plugging it in a laptop running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, no need for drivers, no hassle. I assume ... Read more

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  • posted bygeantbleu on 07/17/2013

    Le dongle est bien reconnu par windows seven et windows 8. Juste à le branché et attendre que windows installe les pilotes automatiquement. Les périphériques sont très bien reconnus. Très discret par sa petite taille. Je l'utilise pour lier un pc à un casque audio. Très bien. rien à redire sur la qualit&#... Read more

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  • posted byGelucafa on 06/13/2013

    The Bluetooth Adapter Dongle 3.0 is a product that extreme quality, as it has an easy installation as well as a data transmission with excellent quality, providing flexibility and ease in everyday life. Facilitates the work of other data transmission and can also be used with a multitude of devices, excellent buy. Could be self executable when placed ... Read more

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  • posted byglobulejoul on 06/01/2013

    It really is plug and play. No driver needed on Windows 7 64bits, you plug it, Windows installs drivers itself and it's good to go. It doesn't feel that cheap, it's very small which is a good thing. Transfers aren't that fast but we couldn't wait for fast transfers with a bluethooth dongle. It comes with a mini-cd with some drivers on it, if ever needed.... Read more

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  • posted bykobold on 04/28/2013

    After a lot of hassle to download and install WinRar, needed to open the driver-files on the install-CD I actually got it the work. The computer will now Skype and accept photo's and files sent from my Nokia C7 and Samsung galaxy Mini-2 s6500. (this works both ways). Can probably do more staff, apart from streaming music both ways, but have'nt found ... Read more

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