February 2006
Modem Users News;Feb2006, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of the TBW-103UB 802.11g WiFi & Bluetooth Combo USB Adapter by TRENDnet in 2006. The adapter integrates WiFi and Bluetooth access into one USB 2.0 Adapter to enable the seamless transfer of information between Bluetooth enabled devices. By integrating the two wireless access tools into one unit, a bridge between the Bluetooth-equipped cell phone and the personal computer has been created. By connecting the TBW-103UB to a regular laptop Universal Serial Bus port, mobile users can sync contact files, share photos, listen to music or make VoIP calls via their Bluetooth-equipped cell phone or headset.


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