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| Posted: Oct 25, 2004 3:32 am

- X-Micro Combo Bluetooth Printer Adapter


This little device is one of X-Micro's latest offerings to come from their wireless product line. The adapter effectively allows for bluetooth (wireless) connectivity to a standard 'compatible' printer, making for a simple quick setup process in your home / office environment for printing access. The only downside it seems is the lack of compatibility when it comes to the brand/type of printer used for the task.


The X-Micro Combo Bluetooth Printer Adapter is a great product for wireless printing needs, if a users printer is on the compatibility list. The ability to connect wirelessly from multiple devices brings an extra dimension to a users printing power. With the Bluetooth Print Adapter, a user must simply configure a device for use with the adapter to have access to the printer. Nothing could be more convenient. For users of compatible printers, the X-Micro Bluetooth printer adapter cannot be beat.


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