Will the 350 Bluetooth internal card work with the 9200? Dell does not sell this for the 9200. Is there a way you can get this internal card. Is it worth to buy, or does the 300 do the job.
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2/16/05 at 7:57pm
Originally Posted by Gold Beater
I would like to know what this Blue Tooth business is all about. I have no idea what it is for; Just that I don't have it and I want it. (I want the little bitty blue light to come on. )
Seriously though, what's the difference between the Blue Tooth and just wireless connection?
Originally Posted by Picard
Wireless connection generally is speaking of network internet connection. BLUETOOTH on the other hand is a wireless technology for connecting gadgets to your pc much more like an infrared connection. However bluetooth wireless works on radio frequencies w/c means you don't have to directly point the connecting device to your PC like infrared.
Having bluetooth in your PC/laptop is a good buy IF you actually use bluetooth devices like cellphones or PDA's and use them to syncronize.
|CSR has announced that its BlueCore4-external Bluetooth solution is now shipping in volume and has already been selected by Dell. The Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth Internal Card is offered as an integrated option on the Dell Family notebooks. BlueCore4 for EDR Bluetooth will allow users to benefit from multiple simultaneous Bluetooth connections, 3-times faster data transfer speeds, and lower power consumption than existing Bluetooth. BlueCore4 for v2.0 + EDR is fully backwards compatible with existing Bluetooth (v1.1 and v1.2) devices.|