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Topic # 407 12-Aug-2003 01:16
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Currently I have the Belkin F8T001 with 1.4.1.6 working. I connect my 3650 great and can't connect the Jabra Bt200 because of missing SCO channels.

So the question is, what is the best of the best dongle. Money being no object here. I want everything to work. I want the Jabra to connect, the nokia, and anything else I might buy in the future such as mice and keyboards. Oh and all this needs to work on XP.


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  Reply # 1024 12-Aug-2003 08:22
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I'd vote for TDK, Bluetake and Belkin (although not good for the headset problem).

DLINK has the latest drivers, but it's been reported a little buggy. TDK is working on doing a release soon, but is still testing - they know about the bugs on DLINK software and I was able to reproduce this on their beta.




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  Reply # 1031 12-Aug-2003 11:30
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The range on the DLink stuff is quite poor too. At least my one is.

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