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Logitech releases a list of supported Bluetooth devices
Posted on 12-Dec-2003 15:48 | Tags Filed under: News

Logitech releases a list of supported Bluetooth devices
Expanding on previous news, Logitech released a list of mobile phones, PDAs and other mobile devices compatible with its Bluetooth Wireless Hub.

The company announced that its wireless hub for the PC supports Bluetooth phones from Sony Ericsson and Nokia; new PDAs from Toshiba, HP, and palmOne; as well as hands-free headsets from Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia. The Logitech wireless hub is part of a Bluetooth product lineup that includes the Logitech MX 900 Bluetooth Mouse as well as two keyboard-and-mouse combination products, the diNovo Media Desktop and the Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth.

According to the release (which is just an update of a previous faq available on their web site), these devices are supported:

Phones:
  • Nokia: 6600, 6650
  • SonyEricsson: T616, Z600, P900

    Handhelds:
  • Tungsten T2, T3 from palmOne
  • HP: iPAQ H1930, H1940, H2210, H4150, H4350
  • Toshiba: e750

    Headsets:
  • Sony Ericsson, HBH-20, HBH-30, HBH-65, HBH-200,
  • Motorola HS810

    The Logitech wireless hub allows these compatible Bluetooth devices to connect to the PC to perform the following tasks:
  • Print wirelessly to Bluetooth capable printers from the desktop PC.
  • Wirelessly synchronize information (e.g., address book, calendar) stored on a mobile phone or PDA with a desktop PC.
  • Manage Short Message Service (SMS) messages directly from a PC with the bundled Logitech Mobile Phone Suite for Bluetooth. The onscreen SMS notification feature keeps continuous communications simple by providing the ability to use the PC to respond to messages sent to the mobile phone. For a complete list of phones supported by Mobile Phone Suite please refer to www.logitech.com/bluetooth/howto.
  • Download pictures taken from a camera-equipped, Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone to a PC.
  • Use a Bluetooth wireless headset with the PC. A Bluetooth wireless headset with the PC allows people to use voice with instant messenger applications, listen to streaming audio or converse using a voice-over-IP application - with a wireless range of 30 feet from the PC.

    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop, Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth and the MX900 Bluetooth mouse are all compatible with the Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems.

    Logitech also confirmed that their Logitech Mobile Bluetooth Headset supports both the headset profile and the hands-free profile.


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