I know enough already on printers. I guess I get interested in something and can’t let go. I mentioned in a past blog that one way to get rid of printer cables is to get a Bluetooth printer. That is easy to say and easy to find but most of us don’t have Bluetooth in our computers unless maybe we have a fairly new laptop. Well don’t despair, there is a solution. The USB Bluetooth adapter is alive and available from TrendNet. Now you can buy any Bluetooth enabled printer and stick it anywhere you want within 30 feet of your computer. No more cable clutter, no more noise beside your desk just a foot loose and fancy free printer across the room for only $24.58 at Amazon, plus free shipping if you can find something else to get over $25.00. This isn’t a paid blog but if you buy one from Amazon, I will get a commission, not enough to buy this myself unless way bunches of you buy one.
TRENDnet's TBW-102UB Bluetooth USB Adapter allows you to make short-range wireless connections between your computer and Bluetooth enabled devices such as Cellular Phone, PDA, and Computer. It is compact and portable, eliminating the need for cables and physical connections between electronic devices. The Bluetooth USB Adapter transmission ensures both protection from interference and secured data transfers. Simply plug the USB Adapter into the USB port and enjoy the freedom and flexibility of Bluetooth wireless technology.
Features and Benefits
· Compliant with USB 1.1 and Bluetooth 1.1 Specifications
· Uses 2.4GHz ISM Frequency Band with Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Standard
· High-Speed Wireless Transmissions, up to 723Kbps Data Throughput
· Compatible with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP
· Allows any Computer with USB Connections to become a Bluetooth Enabled Computer
· Enables Computers to Connect to Bluetooth Printer and Bluetooth Enabled Mobile Devices (PDA and Cellular Phone)
· Built-in High Security 128-bit (WEP) Encryption for Communications between Bluetooth Devices
· Synchronize devices in Personal Area Network (PAN) Automatically to Keep Data Consistent
· Plug & Play and Easy Installation
· Connection Range Up to 100 meters (320 ft.)
· 3-Year Warranty
Product Description1.Venture into the wireless realm with TRENDnet Bluetooth technology. Enhance your PCs with Bluetooth peripherals. Unclutter your workspace with TRENDnets TBW-102UB Bluetooth wireless technology.2.Compliant with USB 1.1, Bluetooth 1.1 and 1.2 Specification .Uses 2.4GHz ISM frequency band with Gaussian Frequency Shift keying (GFSK) standard . Supports both Asynchronous Connectionless Link (ACL ) and Synchronous Connection Oriented (SCO). High-Speed wireless data transmission, up to 723Kbps Data Throughput in ACL mode, and up to 64 Kbps in SCO mode .Compatible with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP, Mac OS X 10.2.8 or above .Built-in 128-bit encryption for secured data communications .Enable computers to connect Bluetooth enabled devices such as printers, Headset, Audio/Video, Basic Image, PDAs, and mobile phones .Supports Generic Access (GAP), Service Discovery Application (SDAP), Serial Port (SPP), Dial-up Network(DUN), Fax, File Transfer (FTP), LAN Access (LAP), Synchronization (SYNC), Object Push (OPP), Generic Object Exchange (GEOP), Headset (HSP), and Hardcopy Cable Replacement (HCRP), Human Interface Device (HID) device.Compliant with Class 1 Bluetooth Operations.Communicates wirelessly up to 100 meters (328 ft.) in limited condition.Trouble free Plug-n-Play Installation.
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