Bluetooth technology is found in a variety of electronic devices, such as wireless cell phone headsets for drivers. Laptops have several options for connecting to networks and other devices wirelessly, such as directly connecting to a wireless network access and also Bluetooth access. Laptops can have bluetooth integrated directly into the hardware of the laptop. USB adapters can also be attached to laptops to provide support for Bluetooth connections. You should consider the advantages of Bluetooth before selecting your next laptop computer.
Bluetooth is a wireless connection technology. For travelers, Bluetooth offers an extra benefit of less cables and parts to pack for connecting via Bluetooth. The wireless feature of Bluetooth maximizes the portability of laptops.
Bluetooth setup and detection of devices is simple. Bluetooth devices are instantly detected and discovered on their own. Little setup on a laptop is required for Bluetooth devices to communicate with each other. A laptop can connect to up to seven devices via Bluetooth within 30 feet to create a personal area network (PAN) to communicate over.
Bluetooth uses low power energy signals leaving you more energy for your laptop. The low cost of energy resulting from leveraging Bluetooth connections will conserve laptop battery power resulting in longer battery life.
Bluetooth is a standard global wireless technology with a detailed wireless specification. Many electronic devices currently support the Bluetooth standard. This standardization allows for devices of different makes and models to communicate effectively with a Bluetooth laptop effectively.
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