Question about HP Computers & Internet
I purchased a Hp dv2815nr laptop package that included a microsoft bluetooth mouse and carry case online about 10 days ago. However the laptop does not seem to be bluetooth compatible at this point. I am wondering why this package was offered in this manner if in addition to my original purchase I must now also buy a bluetooth adapter? Any person would reasonably assume if the package was offered with this mouse that it would be compatible with the laptop out of the box without further required purchase. I Also did not wish to have a adapter sticking out of a usb port all the time where it will inevitably be damaged and have to be replaced.
The best way to overcome the situation would be to get an internal bluetooth card installed into the laptop if possible. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:DELL_TrueMobile_350_Bluetooth_card.jpg
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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