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# 696 5-Nov-2003 11:56
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I recently purchased a h2210 and I am wondering if any one knows which usb adapters on the market, are compatible with my device. it seems to me that lots of people are having trouble surfing the web on their h2210 with the lower end bluetooth adapters. i don't have tons to spend, and would like to exploit the bluetooth feature for web surfing.


so i guess what i need help finding, is what bluetooth adapters are compatible with the h2210 because hp hasn't updated their compatibility chart since god knows when!


This would currently be used in a dorm that is built like a giant vault so I would want something with more range to help compensate for the thick walls.

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# 2087 5-Nov-2003 13:10
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All Bluetooth adapters are compatible with your H2210. Some will offer more, other less. Don't get a Microsoft or 3COM now, because these will not have everything you need in terms of profiles.

Profiles are defined services that a Bluetooth device can offer as a service, or use as a client.

I use TDK and like to indicate Bluetake and Belkin as well.






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# 2091 5-Nov-2003 13:44
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Thanks, I had read some reviews/complaints that people could not get there h2210 to connect with the Belkin adaptors

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