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Topic # 24922 6-Aug-2008 21:37
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Hi
Is there a way for me to extend the range of my logitech dinovo mini? It comes with its own usb-bluetooth adapter

Its so i can control my pc from another room and watch it in another room.

wondering if its possible to get bluetooth repeaters which will work with the dinovo mini or i can get a bluetooth antenna

thanks


ps aware of media center extenders etc.

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  Reply # 154788 6-Aug-2008 22:07
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Everything is possible Mauricio!

If you are reasonable skilled with a soldering iron you could take apart the usb bluetooth receiver and add an antenna, see here where they modify a standard linksys bluetooth device, a similar concept could be applied




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  Reply # 154793 6-Aug-2008 22:16
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You could get a 5m USB extension cable to get the receiver closer to the mouse?

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