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Mini adaptador Bluetooth 2 USB dongle computador notebook
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Mini adaptador Bluetooth 2 USB dongle computador notebook
Surpreendente Design Compacto, Tão Pequeno Que Pode Ser Deixada Em Seu Laptop, Mesmo Quando Não Estiver Em Uso.
Bluetooth V2.0 Com A2dp E Até 100 Metros De Alcance.
Conecta Dispositivos Bluetooth Como Mouse,Teclado,Etc. Photoframe Digital.
Auricular Bluetooth Ou De Outro Pc.
Transforme Qualquer Não-Bluetooth Pc Em Um Dispositivo Habilitado Para Pc.
Especificações Técnicas
Preços De Transferência (Max) 3mbps
Faixa De Até 100 Metros
Rf-Wireless Frequency 2400 - 2483,5 Mhz Para E.U.A. / Europa / Japão
Antena 2dbi On-Board
Chip Integrado
Receiver Sensitivity -80 Dbm, Típica Em Toda A Banda Passante Em Ambientes De Alta Interferência
Normas Bluetooth 2.0
Operating Voltage 5vdc + / - 10
Dimensões: 9 Milímetros X 10.6mm X 5mm
Peso 39g
Requisitos De Sistema
Notebook Ou Desktop Pc Com 800mhz Cpu Ou Superior
256 Mb De Ram Ou Superior
50mb De Disco Rígido
Compatível Com Usb 2.0
 Windows 98, 98se, Me, 2000, Xp, Vista ,7,8,10
Vantagens:
Mini Adaptador Bluetooth Compatível Com:
Bluetooth V1.2 E V2.0 Compacto, Moderno E Fácil De Usar
Ao Conectá-Lo A Uma Porta Usb, Não É Necessário Desconectá-Lo Pois Seu Formato Permite Que Permaneça Constantemente Ligado Ao Notebook
Sincronize Seu Computador Com Qualquer Dispositivo Bluetooth Permite:                                                       Transferência De Dados.
Conexão Com Internet.
Função De Fax E Rede Sem A Necessidade Do Uso De Cabos. Suporta: Transmissão De Voz Permite
Emparelhamento Múltiplo Com Até 07 Dispositivos Bluetooth Sistemas Operacionais: Windows 98 Se, Me/ 2000/ Xp Ou Vista
Características:
Interface: Usb 1.1
Taxa De
Transmissão De
Dados: 3 Mb/S
Alcance: 20,0 M
O Mini Adaptador Bluetooth (versão 2.0) é prático e discreto.
Ideal para a troca de arquivos entre computadores e celulares e outros periféricos compatíveis com a tecnologia Bluetooth.
Sistema Plug and Play
Compatível com: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista e Windows 7 
ATENÇÃO!!! O MINI ADAPTADOR FUNCIONA APENAS QUANDO CONECTADO EM PC OU NOTEBOOK.
Especificações:
Compatível com USB 2.0 / 1.1 /1.0 
Compatível com especificação Bluetooth 2.0 / 1.2 / 1.1 
Suporta A2DP (Bluetooth Estéreo), Headset e WIFI
Dimensão Aproximada: 2,3cm C x 1,7cm L x 0,6cm A 
Itens Inclusos:
01 Mini Adaptador Bluetooth USB
Compre pela loja virtual copie e cole o link no seu navegador: 

Mini adaptador Bluetooth 2 USB dongle computador notebook

Surpreendente Design Compacto, Tão Pequeno Que Pode Ser Deixada Em Seu Laptop, Mesmo Quando Não Estiver Em Uso.Bluetooth V2.0 Com A2dp E Até 100 Metros De Alcance.Conecta Dispositivos Bluetooth Como Mouse,Teclado,Etc. Photoframe Digital.Auricular Bluetooth Ou De Outro Pc.Transforme Qualquer Não-Bluetooth Pc Em Um Dispositivo Habilitado Para Pc.
Especificações Técnicas
Preços De Transferência (Max) 3mbpsFaixa De Até 100 MetrosRf-Wireless Frequency 2400 - 2483,5 Mhz Para E.U.A. / Europa / JapãoAntena 2dbi On-BoardChip IntegradoReceiver Sensitivity -80 Dbm, Típica Em Toda A Banda Passante Em Ambientes De Alta InterferênciaNormas Bluetooth 2.0Operating Voltage 5vdc + / - 10Dimensões: 9 Milímetros X 10.6mm X 5mmPeso 39g
Requisitos De Sistema
Notebook Ou Desktop Pc Com 800mhz Cpu Ou Superior256 Mb De Ram Ou Superior50mb De Disco RígidoCompatível Com Usb 2.0 Windows 98, 98se, Me, 2000, Xp, Vista ,7,8,10

Vantagens:
Mini Adaptador Bluetooth Compatível Com:
Bluetooth V1.2 E V2.0 Compacto, Moderno E Fácil De Usar
Ao Conectá-Lo A Uma Porta Usb, Não É Necessário Desconectá-Lo Pois Seu Formato Permite Que Permaneça Constantemente Ligado Ao Notebook
Sincronize Seu Computador Com Qualquer Dispositivo Bluetooth Permite:                                                       Transferência De Dados.
Conexão Com Internet.
Função De Fax E Rede Sem A Necessidade Do Uso De Cabos. Suporta: Transmissão De Voz Permite
Emparelhamento Múltiplo Com Até 07 Dispositivos Bluetooth Sistemas Operacionais: Windows 98 Se, Me/ 2000/ Xp Ou Vista


Características:
Interface: Usb 1.1
Taxa De
Transmissão De
Dados: 3 Mb/S
Alcance: 20,0 M


O Mini Adaptador Bluetooth (versão 2.0) é prático e discreto.Ideal para a troca de arquivos entre computadores e celulares e outros periféricos compatíveis com a tecnologia Bluetooth.Sistema Plug and PlayCompatível com: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista e Windows 7 
ATENÇÃO!!! O MINI ADAPTADOR FUNCIONA APENAS QUANDO CONECTADO EM PC OU NOTEBOOK.Especificações:Compatível com USB 2.0 / 1.1 /1.0 Compatível com especificação Bluetooth 2.0 / 1.2 / 1.1 Suporta A2DP (Bluetooth Estéreo), Headset e WIFIDimensão Aproximada: 2,3cm C x 1,7cm L x 0,6cm A Itens Inclusos:01 Mini Adaptador Bluetooth USB


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