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How many simultaneous Bluetooth connections can I have?

I have purchased the Ipaq H6340 in order to reduce the number of devices I need whilst on the road. I have the Parrot CK3500 Bluetooth car kit and the Tom Tom Bluetooth Navigator. I can connect one or the other but not both. As I understood it, the bluetooth standard allows for multiple simultaneous connections. Does anyone have a solution or have I just wasted a heap of cash on this gadget?

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So I haven't got an absolute answer for you, but I can use my bluetooth headset and my bluetooth navigation system at the same time - the commands will come thru the headset.

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seem like all we get here are dead Ipaq.
why are you messing with this old device?
try a new battery, oops that costs money.
as does repairs on a device that has zero value.
why not mess with and old android phone, that has value.
ask here, be like only one playing Ipaq now.
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please revert back for clarifications..
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