Posted 20 May 2005 - 11:48 PM
That depends how you connect to the internet at the moment, and also on the operating systems of the two PC's.
If your on dial up you can network your two (or more) PCs and install Internet Connection Sharing.
The simplest network, which allows only 2 PCs connected, is a 'cross-over' Cat5e patch cable plugged into an ethernet card in each PC. Approx cost AU$40 if you have to buy network cards.
If you want to do the same thing without a cable put a wireless network card in each PC and let them talk in Peer-to-Peer mode. Approx cost AU$200.
If your internet connection is broadband you can buy a wired or wireless router and connect the two or more PCs to it (then you do not need Internet Connection Sharing set up, the PCs connect independently). Approx cost AU$150-500.
As regards bluetooth this is a different technology and as far as I know only applies to connecting a peripheral (like a phone or headset) to a single PC. It has nothing to do with networking PCs.
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