Bluetooth, alternative & cheap Wireless Network?

  A_World_Maker 18:49 25 Oct 03
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I have 2 computers in different rooms, one runs 2000pro and the other (with the Broadband connection) runs XP home. Do I understand right, that I can use 2 Belkin Bluetooth USB adapters to connect them, rather than use cables, and they will function as a Wireless Network? Or have I missed the point completely? I would still use the one computer (running the Broadband connection) as a gateway, as that isn't a problem, as it also supports the networking printer anyway. My thinking is that for 2 x £33.90 inc VAT (£67.80) I can network these 2 computers, rather than splash out over £100 for a simple wireless network? Regards, A_World_Maker

  Kitz E Kat 12:09 26 Oct 03

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