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IOGEAR GBU521 Bluetooth 4.0 Bluetooth Adapter for Desktop Computer

Mfg.Part: GBU521 CDW Part: 2652584 | UNSPSC: 43211614
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  • USB
  • Class 2
  • Bluetooth 4.0
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The IOGEAR Bluetooth 4.0 USB Micro Adapter offers Bluetooth connectivity at a fraction of the size of normal Bluetooth USB adapters. About the size of an adult fingernail, the IOGEAR Bluetooth 4.0 USB Micro Adapter allows users to connect to all the latest Bluetooth devices like cell phones, PDAs, mice, keyboards and more. Because the IOGEAR Bluetooth 4.0 Micro Adapter is so small you can easily plug it into your computer without blocking any surrounding USB ports.

The IOGEAR Bluetooth 4.0 Micro Adapter allows users to connect up to three Bluetooth devices together and transfer even the largest files quickly and easily. With the Micro Adapter's lower power consumption, you can enjoy longer battery life on your notebook computer and other devices. This Bluetooth Class 2 adapter offers a wireless range of 30 feet (10 meter). It is great for a wide range of applications and smaller form factor devices in the healthcare, fitness, security and home entertainment industries.

This item was discontinued on February 01, 2024

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Iogear Bluetooth 4.0 USB Micro Adapter is rated2.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quit working after 2 weeks of use.I ordered 4 of them and one of them quit working after a couple weeks of use. I hope I dont have to replace all of them in the near future.
Date published: 2013-02-05T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not compatible with older Mac OSPurchased this adapter so I could use the Apple Magic Mouse, but my Mac wouldn't recognize it. IOGEAR says it works with Mac OS 10.3.9 or later, but it didn't work with Mac OS 10.6.8. Chatted with IOGEAR who confirmed it needs a driver and is plug and play, but they don't supply a driver. Was unable to find a driver on Apple's website. Researched the product's compatibility online and found info stating it's only compatible with 10.8 or later. So it's getting returned.
Date published: 2013-05-06T00:00:00-04:00