I got a belkin USB adapter in Argos for 25 euro., which works fine. It also
has a decent range. I think bluetooth, unlike Wifi had very exact
specifications, when they were bringing out the adapters, so the one driver
works for most of them. Though there are always a few which do not work.
On 6/20/07, Kevin Chen <kevin2600 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Currently I planing to buy a Bluetooth USB adaptor(Class 1). Does
> any one have a good suggestion which brand I should buy and easy to
> find in Maplin or Peats and PC World?
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