Bluetooth technology is all the rage these days. Most recently, the Belkin Company has designed and released a Bluetooth adapter that can access your iPod, another current rage with all age groups. With this Bluetooth adapter, even your iPod becomes a wireless remote of sorts, enabling listeners to enjoy song lists through their iPod stereo docks. By connecting the Bluetooth adaptor into a stereo and the iPod adapter into the iPod, users are able to control music choices as it plays from the iPod directly to the stereo. Cool eh?
Unfortunately, music enthusiasts will have to be patient for the national release of the Bluetooth iPod adaptor, which will become available in March in the United States, followed soon after by release in Europe, Australia and Asia. Fans of Bluetooth and those curious about Bluetooth adapter capabilities can learn more by accessing information about the Belkin Bluetooth Dock Adaptor for iPod. The Bluetooth adapter allows users to control play lists from within 30 feet of stereo systems, and requires no additional software. This new Bluetooth adapter is also compatible with other Bluetooth stereo equipment and works with most first, second, fourth and fifth generation iPods. The Bluetooth adapters designed to work with the iPod docking system will run about $130.
Another capability of a Bluetooth adapter is as a computer peripheral device. A Bluetooth adapter can now make it easier for use with all kinds of Bluetooth enabled wireless devices. Specializing in wireless network capabilities, a Bluetooth adapter can connect to almost any piece of equipment nowadays. At a recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, a company known as Newton Peripherals unveiled the world's smallest Bluetooth adapter called the 'MoGo Dapter', geared for laptop carrying business people from all over the globe. This handy little gadget will plug in to any free USB port on any computer without protruding into free space. Such a handy function in this Bluetooth adapter allows travelers and laptop users to insert the adapter and not have to worry about disengaging it when packing that laptop back into its case.
Research results show that the demand for the nifty Bluetooth adapter is immense and that more than 200 million 'older' laptops will benefit from such Bluetooth adapter support and technology. Bluetooth adapter technology doesn't stop there, however. New Bluetooth adapters are being created using what is called Cambridge Silicon Radio designs, which enable increased wireless networking capabilities in gathering data and analyzing that data. Software is being designed to be compatible to Bluetooth adapters, enabling users to set up user accounts with Bluetooth, share work folders and allow secure password capabilities.
The best thing about a Bluetooth adapter is that they're user friendly and easy to learn and use. The popular growth of Bluetooth capabilities makes it one of the most popular electronics gadgets in today's electronics consumer's market. The Bluetooth adapter is the wave of the future, and learning a little bit about these tiny gadgets will definitely pay off in the long run.