USB Ultra Slim Bluetooth Chip Review

One thing I’ve always loved about technology is that as it advances things just seem to get smaller and smaller. Take cellphones for example, remember the first cellphones? They were carried in briefcase like cases that weighed upwards of 30lbs, this was supposed to be portable, now cellphones weigh in at grams instead of pounds or kilograms. Today for review I have a Bluetooth USB dongle that is so tiny, and thin that you could carry it in your wallet if you wanted to, it is called the USB Bluetooth Chip and it was provided by Brando Workshop for review today. Read on to learn my thoughts and experiences of it…

USB Ultra Slim Bluetooth Chip Review

Reviewed by: Kristofer Brozio

Sponsor: Brando Workshop

Tech Specs,Features or the Basic Info:

Newly designed ultra-slim Bluetooth USB chip aim at converting non Bluetooth PC into Bluetooth enabled. It connects to Bluetooth devices such as Mobile phones, PDA or PC for data transfer wirelessly. And it is retractable for preventing any damages of the USB interface.

Price: US$17.00


  • Bluetooth V1.2 and USB SPEC V1.1
  • Communication distance: 20M-100M
  • Output Class: Class 2
  • System Requirement: IBM PC/AT compatible equipped with a Pentium 300MHz (or greater), 128MB(or more) RAM and a USB port
  • Modulation Method: FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
  • Operating System: Windows 98se/me/2000/XP
  • Frequency Range: 2.4Hz band (2400MHz-2483.5MHz)
  • Support PC Via Mobile Phone connected to internet
  • Current Consumption: 50-60 mA
  • Supported Service Profiles: Business Card Exchange, Serial Port, Dial up Networking, Fax, File Transfer, Data Synchronization, Networking Access
  • Suitable for various languages
  • Size: 39 x 13 x 2 mm
  • Weight: 2g

Package Contents:

  • One Bluetooth USB Dongle
  • A hanging belt
  • A driver disc with software