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How To Add Bluetooth To My Desktop?

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#1 Heretic Monkey

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 07:12 PM

I was wondering how much it would cost, or what can i do, to add the ability to communicate with bluetooth devices. I have a phone that has bluetooth enabled, so that i can transfer pictures/music/ringtones back and forth between my phone and pc, but i don't have a BT-enabled desktop or know anyone that has a laptop that has it. I know you can buy hardware, like bluetooth chips and add-ons, but i don't know how much i should pay for one, or what would be the best option.

So, the general question is: How much would it cost to add the cheapest blue-tooth ability to my pc?

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 08:12 PM

So, the general question is: How much would it cost to add the cheapest blue-tooth ability to my pc?


about 20 bucks plus shipping and handling :thumbsup:

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