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Bluetooth devices with optional USB extensions

Hi,
I'm looking 4 a spanish bluetooth keyboard and mouse, but hopefully (at least the keyboard) with a USB extension or plug, to be used in case there is no BT enviroment around. Do I explain myself?

If you donĀ“t have such device, could U at least guide me on my search?

Thanks in advance,

ENRIQUE BARROILHET
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+56 (9) 8242 5225
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Thr is a external bt device get in d market jut buy it thr mighty a infrared in ue pc

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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