Nokia's Bluetooth comes out

March 2002
Management Services;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p31
Academic Journal
The Nokia 6210 wireless phone allows users to access mobile e-mail and the Internet. In Great Britain, three separate "Go Blue" kits have been prepared for buyers from TDK Systems Europe. Each kit contains a Nokia 6210 phone, a Nokia 6210 Bluetooth battery, an interactive tutorial and installation CD and a choice of three Bluetooth communication devices. This includes either blue5, a clip-on device for PalmV series handhelds, blue M, for Palm m series handhelds, or a USB Adaptor, which plugs into computers and laptops. The installation CD guides users through the Bluetooth set up. The package enables dial-up networking and electronic fax transmission.


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