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Wednesday, 04 July 2007 13:29

Bluetooth dongle reaches 30km

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Connects to standard USB

 

Bluetooth specialist Wireless Cables has released a USB Bluetooth dongle with a range of 30 km.

The Aircable Host XR connects via standard USB and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

While most Bluetooth dongles are pressed to manage a range of around 33 feet, extending the range to over 30km allows users to take Skype calls

and remotely operate their computer from the other side of the city.

The package has two antenna the first only allows a range of around one kilometre. However using a separate antenna the same system can manage the full 30km. However to do that WCI says the system requires professional installation.

It has a book price of $129.

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