If you have a device that uses bluetooth but can’t play around with hardware in the computer then you need a Bluetooth Adaptor  and that’s where the UtechSmart USB Bluetooth Adaptor comes into the picture designed for most compatibility its a small, and low power,adapter which upgrades Windows and Linux PCs and Macs with the latest Bluetooth 4.0 support. With it, you can communicate wirelessly with Bluetooth devices such as cell phones, PDAs, mice, keyboards etc. The adapter works with other Bluetooth devices within about 10m (30 foot) radius, depending on environmental factors, with transfer rates up to 3 Mbps. The adapter offers the market leading Broadcom BCM20702 chipset and backwards compatibility with classic Bluetooth (1.x and 2.x) devices. It offers the option of the Broadcom (WIDCOMM) software driver stack, for cases when the built-in Windows drivers do not give all desired Bluetooth functionality. Now I use this on my iMac (late 2006) since it doesn’t have bluetooth built-in and I love my apple wireless keyboard so Overall if you are in need of a bluetooth adaptor don’t go spending almost $30 for them for about $14 check out the Utechsmart adaptor and save some cash for a good cup of coffee and nice sandwich

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