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# 694 4-Nov-2003 12:12
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Hello all,

I've just purchased an iPAQ H5150 PocketPC and am going to get a BT adaptor for work. The question is, which one shoudl I get?

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# 2068 4-Nov-2003 12:13
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Whoops, an H4150, not H5150 ;)

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# 2070 4-Nov-2003 12:42
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I always vote for TDK. You can see what's on Geekzone now on this page...

Bluetake and Belkin (the new ones, not the old ones with a little antenna thing) are good too.




 
 
 
 




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# 2084 5-Nov-2003 05:39
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Thanks. I'll check them out. I should have mentioned that I'm also looking for one that is both Mac and PC compatible and highly mobile. I like the look of the TDK one a lot (technically speaking and ascetics), but the cable and PC-only nature means I can't simply stuff it in my jeans when travelling about, or use it on my colleagues' Mac machines.

Anyone out there have an opinion on the best Mac/PC BT adaptor?

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# 2085 5-Nov-2003 07:15
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The TDK works with Mac OS X (I have one iMac here), and they've just launched a new one with different colours and updated firmware, special for Mac OS X.

Actually, any CSR based dongle will work with Mac OS X (TDK, Bluetake, Belkin, DLINK and others).






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# 2086 5-Nov-2003 10:16
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Thanks, you're a champion.

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