First off, I have never used BlueTooth for networking computers.
I found another bluetooth device that claims that you can transfer files.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...ac&ATT=ZUB6111C
If you take a closer look at the specs it shows that the range is limited and the transfer rate is slower than other methods. I prefer using a wired or other wireless technologies for connecting computers. To me, bluetooth looks great for peripherals and devices that that connect at a short distance and require slower transfer rates.
Interface USB 1.1
Bluetooth Standards Bluetooth V1.2
Transfer rate Up to 723 Kbps
Antenna 2dBi PCB Antenna
Range 32.8ft (10m)
Transmission Power Class 2
Power Consumption Tx Typical: 64mA
Rx Typical: 41mA
Standby Mode: 28mA
Sensitivity <-88dBm at < 0.1% BER
Operating Systems Supported Windows Win 98SE/Me/2000/XP, MAC 10,3,5
Dimensions 1.93" x 0.67" x 0.35"
Features Class 2, 20-30M; Support Bluetooth Function; Serial Port; Dial Up Networking; Fax;Headset; PIM Item Transfer; PIM Synchronization; File Transfer; Network Access; Audio Gateway; HID
I hope this helps...
Edited by Joshuacat, 07 August 2005 - 09:28 AM.