Bluetooth & USB 3.0 - A guide to resolving your Bluetooth woes

Where to buy

Below are some quick links to on-line retailers that supply some of the items discussed throughout this website. If you have any specific product recommendations or new retailers to suggest (or you are an on-line retailer yourself) please do let us know.   We also have a selection of recommended books on the topics of Bluetooth and USB technology.
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USB cables & hubs

It's really important to be using good quality shielded cables and high speed powered hubs with your USB 3.0 equipment. Here are some links to products that may be of interest.

Bluetooth adapters

If you want to try out a new Bluetooth adapter using the latest 4.0/4.1 standards here are some useful links.

Bluetooth devices

If you have some old outdated Bluetooth devices check out the following links to upgrade them to the latest 4.0 standard. Also if your still using many wired devices it's a chance to free many of your products from the tangle that they so often end up in!

USB devices

If you want stop wasting time watching progress bars slowly crawl to 100% upgrading your devices to the latest super fast USB 3.0 standard should definitely help. Here are some common product ranges that benefit from USB 3.0 support.

USB interface cards

Assuming your using a desktop computer and you want to upgrade the number of USB ports on your computer or upgrade to from a previous USB standard to USB 3.0 then a new interface card is what you need...

Disclaimer

Any recommendation made by this website to purchase additional computer hardware or accessories are made at your own risk without guarantee that they will solve your problems. It is your responsibility to ensure that any hardware you purchase is compatible with your existing computer hardware. If you are at all unsure you should consult the manuals of your existing computer hardware and contact the retailer if necessary. Be sure to check your consumer rights and ability to return any item before buying it, just in case the purchased item/s do not resolve your problem.