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Wireless Bluetooth PC Card
Manufacturer: 3Com Price: $120 
Read Our Review13 Opinions from Users 
Bluetooth 1.1 PC card with nifty XJACK antenna.
Bluegear Bluetooth Adapter
Manufacturer: Amazing Technology Price: $129.99 
Read Our Review24 Opinions from Users 
USB-based Bluetooth adapters for easy wireless communications -- even Internet sharring -- between a couple of PCs.
Iogear Bluetooth USB/Parallel Wireless Printing Kit
Manufacturer: IOGEAR Price: $99 
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The kit includes everything you need to make any printer a wireless printer. While we hit a few connection snags, some small office, home office users will find this an ideal way to unwire their printer.
SMC BT10 EZ Connect Wireless Bluetooth USB Adapter
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $39.95 
4 Opinions from Users 
This thumb-sized class 2 Bluetooth adapter lives ups to its name and is easy to set up and use. It's just unfortunate that there aren't more attractively priced Bluetooth-enabled devices and peripherals out there to connect to it.
TDK Go Blue Bluetooth USB Adapter
Manufacturer: TDK Systems Price: $150 
5 Opinions from Users 
Simple plug in and go Bluetooth, especially good for laptops.
TRENDnet TBW-103UB 11g Wireless Bluetooth Adapter
Manufacturer: TRENDnet Price: $63.99 
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If you're buying a new notebook PC, getting it with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth built in is pretty much a no-brainer. However, if you're trying to get more mileage out of an old notebook and want a single adapter that does both, the TBW-103UB may do the trick. Earthweb HardwareCentral earthwebdeveloper CrossNodes Datamation

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