Bluetooth Technology Caldwell ID

Bluetooth Technology uses radio frequencies to wirelessly transit and receive information. Wireless communication has been revolutionized since the development of Bluetooth. Continue reading to learn more about Bluetooth technology and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

Kay Jeffrey
(212) 675-1900
33 W 17th St Fl 5
New York, NY
Lectronic City
(415) 351-0505
San Francisco, CA
South Bay Camera
(516) 799-6484
598 Broadway
Massapequa, NY
Wolf Camera
(630) 778-1519
144 W Jefferson Ave
Naperville, IL
Camera Shop Inc the
(856) 428-0888
Ellisburg Cir
Cherry Hill, NJ
Dodd Camera & Video
(440) 951-0088
7531 Mentor Ave
Mentor, OH
Camera Tech
(407) 264-0108
7670 International Dr
Orlando, FL
Wolf Camera
(404) 897-1111
1579 Monroe Dr NE
Atlanta, GA
Cooper's Camera Mart Inc
(410) 902-1010
9163 Reisterstown Rd
Owings Mills, MD
Santa Rosa Plaza Ritz Cameras
(707) 526-7554
1053 Santa Rosa Plz
Santa Rosa, CA

Cool Gear: Bluetooth

Cool Gear: Bluetooth

This hot wireless standard is changing the way we interact with technology at work, at play and in the car

CG: Bluetooth

In the last issue of PCPhoto, we featured WiFi wireless technology and introduced you to some new cameras that can connect to wireless networks. That universe has since expanded, as Canon recently introduced the PowerShot SD430, a 5-megapixel compact camera with WiFi built in. We suspect this is just the beginning, and expect that WiFi will be a buzzword in digital photography for 2006.

Let's take a look at another wireless technology that makes possible all kinds of cool products. Bluetooth is a low-power, short-range wireless technology that eliminates cords and allows devices to exchange information at distances of about 30 feet. Bluetooth has become a common feature in mobile phones, enabling wireless, hands-free solutions, but its potential is much bigger. It has found its way into places you might expect, like computers and peripherals, but also in places you might not, such as cars and even sunglasses.

How It Works
Before using a Bluetooth connection, you must "pair" two Bluetooth-enabled devices. Depending on the devices being used, the pairing process can be as simple as powering them both on and searching for a connection, or may be a more secure process involving the exchange of pass codes between the two. Once set up, the devices can remember each other and automatically reconnect when in range.

Wireless Mice And Keyboards
Apple has been offering Bluetooth built into its computers for some time now, and its wireless keyboard and mouse are must-have accessories for Mac users, if not for the freedom and flexibility, then at least for the Apple aesthetic. Windows users will usually find Bluetooth built into only the more expensive laptops; however, you can easily and affordably add Bluetooth to your Windows computer with a USB dongle.

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