Clé de sécurité USB2.0
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- Les transferts de données entre votre ordinateur et tous les appareils Bluetooth tels que les téléphones portables, PDA, imprimante, casques, et plus encore.
- Plug and Play
- Convertir les non Bluetooth PC en Bluetooth avec votre machine.
- Tout neuf, 1 an de garantie!
- Connexion sans fil a permis de casque Bluetooth
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|Vendu par||Voir les offres de ces vendeurs||Fly Service||Allied Century Trading (VAT Registered)||Digiflex FR||Smartcard Focus||Yubico Ltd.|
|Dimensions du produit||0,25 x 10,16 x 15,24 centimètres||—||0,3 x 0,2 x 0,2 centimètres||15,01 x 18,59 x 0,99 centimètres||1,4 x 2,4 x 0,65 centimètres||0,3 x 1,8 x 4,5 centimètres|
|Poids de l'article||23 grammes||20 grammes||18 grammes||20 grammes||3 grammes||3 grammes|
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Description du produit
100% Brand new - the super micro Bluetooth dongle features a ultra small shell, which size(9x10.6x5mm) almost the same as a coin, making itself truly portable. Incorporated a Broadcom 2045 Chipset, with Bluetooth V2.0 specification compliance, it provides stable and fast wireless data sharing solution, supports Vista, Skype and EDR, with Legal Address Code and Legal Widcom Software. Delivery raw bandwidth of 3 Megabits per second for wireless applications. Support Bluetooth Personal Area Network (PAN). Work with Bluetooth Compliant devices including Bluetooth Headphone, Notebook, PDA, handheld PC, Digital Camera, Printer, and mobile phone. This bluetooth dongle comes with a full version of BlueSoleil software and drivers. However, the software is not licensed to every type and model of hardware that is capable of using Bluetooth. If the software detects hardware that does not match the license keys it expects, then the software will impose a 5MB data transfer limitation. To overcome that limitation, users must purchase a different version of BlueSoleil software separately. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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compatible avec windows 7 et xp familial.
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Viewing the images and other reviews, I was a little disappointed when it first arrived. It came in a 4"x6" padded manila envelope and was not packaged in an off-the-shelf plastic container, but was just loose inside. There was also no CD with software or drivers included either. I believe these differences vary depending on which distributor you get it from, I suppose.
Despite the packaging, it was in perfect working physical condition. I was concerned about the lack of a driver disc, but luckily my computer installed generic drivers that allowed the dongle to work as it should. I have tried it on both a Windows 7 64-bit and Ubuntu 12.04 computer, and it works great in both for me! I should note that I was able to use the dongle in a USB 1.x port, but with intermittent problems (I had forgotten that my front-panel USB ports are 1.x). Upon moving the dongle to a USB 2.0 port, it worked flawlessly. The product is labeled as USB 2.0, and you should stick to using it in a USB 2.0 port.
The dongle I received had a small manufacturing defect in that the rounded part that sticks out from the USB port you plug it into was affixed just slightly crooked. If you're a stickler for aesthetics, you might be wary about this, as the manufacturer's quality control for appearance seems to be low (but what do you expect for the price point?). Since mine is in the back of the computer, this is a non-issue for me.
The USB connector portion of the dongle is slightly elongated, which makes it protrude from _flush_ USB ports slightly. This is a good thing overall, as it can fit in _recessed_ USB ports more snugly. The low profile of the dongle is great for crowded areas such as the back of a computer's tower. There is also a rapidly blinking red LED that never seems to stop or indicate anything other than "plugged in". I'm not sure what the point of blinking is. When it was on the front-panel USB port of my computer, it did bother me due to being in my peripheral vision, but you might be immune to the issue, or have it mounted in a rear-facing USB port.
I'll add a photo where you can see the crookedness, elongation, and LED.
So, like other customers, I was 2 seconds from returning this adapter, like others who have similar complaints about it not working. I even called Amazon's tech support and got transferred to Sony (my laptop mftr). None of them could help. They said it was the adapter's driver that was likely defective. Then I stumbled on an article which said that in the Services tab of the bluetooth speaker properties, in addition to enabling "headset", you have to enable "audio sink". I'd never heard of that, and saw that option , but kept ignoring it. Then you have to wait for more drivers to install. And voila!! Sound! I couldn't be more thrilled. Had this Sony Vaio for about 4 yrs and just discovered that I could buy an external bluetooth device.
UPDATE: My issue now is KEEPING a consistent connection. The sound drops often and sounds choppy at times. I am still troubleshooting that issue and will provide updates if that improves. Rebooting the browser has helped.
Hopefully, this link won't be deleted, but if anyone wants step by step instructions, this is great. I had no problems until Step #6, but some people who are expecting an easy plug-n-play may think the device doesn't work, when it's just not as simple as we are used to with typical USB devices. Wish the seller had sent some instructions. http://www.wikihow.com/Connect-an-A2DP-Bluetooth-Headset-to-PC-Using-a-Bluetooth-Adapter
UPDATE: This adapter also works with windows 10 x64 right away, no driver installation needed.
Do NOT attempt to update your driver after installing these. If you do accidentally, then just roll back your drivers.
I did many forum searches and read all manner of possible solutions, none of which did a darn thing. I gave up and came back hours later to give it one last go, and I finally found this Toshiba driver.
TOshiba?! Who knows who makes this dinky little doodad - some hack company in China, no doubt, going it independently or something - but Windows 7 (for me at least) had no idea what to make of it. It barely knew what to call the darn thing! One device name didn't even show up in an internet search. How does that happen?!
I don't know how long this puppy will last, but it's working fine for now. I only wanted something to receive a bluetooth mouse, and, once this thing finally knew what it was doing, or rather, once my computer knew what to do with it, it worked perfectly.
The blinky red light is a tad distracting, so I sharpied over it. It's much less bright now and I can use the thing without my eyelids going into convulsions every 10 minutes.