Category Archives: Bluetooth

Using PlugDebug to Troubleshoot USB-BT4LE Bluetooth Adapter Issues

The Plugable Bluetooth adapter, electronically speaking, is a relatively simple device. It’s basically a radio that forwards information back and forth between your computer and your Bluetooth peripheral devices. All the magic and complexity in Bluetooth is in the software—the drivers for the adapter, layers of Bluetooth and USB support software in the computer, and […]

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Bluetooth® Changes In Windows 10 Creators Update

This month Microsoft released the Creators Update to Windows 10. Among its many changes, it offers a few updates to how Bluetooth functions in Windows, as well as two new Bluetooth features. In this article, we’ll quickly go over the highlights so you can make the most of your Plugable Bluetooth adapter. New Bluetooth Interface […]

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Essential Bluetooth® Devices by Plugable

When it comes to wires, having less of them tends to make everything just a little bit better. With Bluetooth wireless technology, many of your favorite and useful types of electronics can do wonders without the need for wires to your device! We bring the best balance of making Bluetooth part of every day life while […]

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Bluetooth® Wireless Flexible Neckband Headset

Learn more The Plugable Bluetooth Collar Headset delivers excellent sound quality and a wealth of features in a compact, comfortable package. Enjoy listening to your favorite music, podcasts, or audiobooks from your mobile device with Bluetooth wireless technology while traveling, commuting, or engaging in any range of active tasks. With a built-in Mic, HD voice […]

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PC Gamers Rejoice — Bluetooth Added to Xbox One S Controller for Windows 10

When Microsoft recently released the new Xbox One S, their slimmed-down version of the Xbox One, there were a couple important updates for PC gamers as well. The biggest change from a Plugable point-of-view was the addition of Bluetooth connectivity to the Xbox One S controller! For quite some time Xbox 360 and Xbox One […]

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Serious Computing Anywhere with Plugable’s Bluetooth Keyboards and Mouse

These days, when a typical smartphone or tablet packs more computing power than a five-year-old desktop, lugging around a laptop to work on the road just seems wrong. But stabbing at an on-screen keyboard and navigating text or spreadsheets without a mouse is frustrating and agonizingly slow. What if you could bring along a compact, […]

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Bluetooth® Wireless Stereo Audio Receiver with USB Charging

With the new Bluetooth Audio Receiver, you don’t have to change your setup to wirelessly transmit music to your home stereo. The unit plugs into any standard wall outlet and contains one standard 3.5mm audio output that can be hooked into any auxiliary audio port, such as the one commonly found on the back of […]

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Bluetooth Audio in OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi

EDITORS NOTE: The Beta version mentioned in this blog post is now OpenELEC stable version 7.0, available here: http://openelec.tv/get-openelec/category/57-raspberry-pi2-builds OpenELEC is popular software that can turn your Raspberry Pi into dedicated media center. However, we often hear from disappointed customers who discover that OpenELEC’s developers intentionally rejected Bluetooth audio support. But it looks like this […]

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New Energy-Efficient Bluetooth® Travel Mouse

Mobile productivity can be hampered when relying on touch-based input such as touchscreens or trackpads. Many can get by using these input methods, but they’re less than ergonomic and never quite as efficient as using a standard mouse. Our new Bluetooth Travel Mouse increases productivity by adding a full-featured wireless mouse to your travel kit […]

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Understanding Bluetooth® Wireless Audio

Before the start of the millennium, the cellular mobile phone was relatively new. Laptops were large and heavy, the PDA (Personal Digital Assistant for the uninitiated) was just about to arrive on the scene, and the Apple Newton was about the closest thing there was to a smartphone. Bluetooth wireless technology was conceived in this […]

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