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Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
Load image into Gallery viewer, TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB
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TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB

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Description

  • Class I Bluetooth 4.0 with 100 meter (330 ft.) range
  • Up to 3 Mbps data transfer rate
  • Slightly larger than a penny
  • Windows compatible
  • Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) support improves performance
  • Stereo audio support
  • Bluetooth Low Energy protocol

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Customer Reviews

For masochists only 1. Comes in the sort of packaging that you have to use a table saw to open. I don't have a table saw currently available, so I put on my falconer's gloves and used a FatMax.2. Comes with unlicensed software (driver and console app), which reminds you over and over that it is unlicensed. There is no way to obtain a license. Says it is limited to 2 MB (of what? I don't know) since it's unlicensed.3. The software is freaking awful.3a. Banner ad running across it constantly.3a(1). Broken English throughout.3b. Arcane interface. It's not clear what to do to do what.3c. Various errors trying to pair with my headset, including error message that the wrong key was specified and access denied, which makes no sense for a headset.3d. Slowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.3e. Replaces or hides Wiindows standard Bluetooth control panel.4. When I accidentally got it to work with my headphones, the quality of sound degraded to worse than tin cans with a string between.5. There is a help page for the software, which is by a different company than this product. That help section is nasty fugly and has incessant popups in Mandarin. I don't speak or read Mandarin, so I cannot say what was going on there. It's not that I don't know people who speak Mandarin, but nearly all of them are currently in China and I'm in Houston. 1Before I had a 10ft range, now I have a 0ft range. I was really annoyed by my old BT adapter that would cut out 10ft from my desk. I looked on Amazon and this looked like the only adapter that was very clearly Class 1 with a 100m range.Well, I just installed it and the experience so far has been awful. I started by swapping the adapters and seeing if it would work. My Beats headset was detected and paired / connected successfully, as shown by Windows 7 and the time my headset plays when it pairs successfully. However, the audio did not work.I went to TrendNet's website and downloaded and installed their driver package (BlueSoleil). Everything seemed to go fine, but after installation and rebooting, the BT windows icon was no longer in the tool tray. And it can't discover my Beats headset anymore.I'm running out of ideas, here. It really shouldn't be this difficult, based on previous BT dongles I have used. 1Trial software requiring purchase of actual software... I have had the same problems many others have reported trying to use the included CD software. Initially, the dongle would not work with Windows 7 Pro so I installed the CD software. After starting to use it, a message appeared saying it was Trial software and needed to be upgraded on their website. At first I thought it was one of these warnings, "Your computer may have been infected.." which sometimes end up installing malware (see screenshot).Yes, Adrian, I spoke with customer support in India who needed to enter each of my questions into his computer before he could give me an answer. Finally, he said the serial number on my dongle, S/N 16241600918, was an older model and to return it to Amazon and they would send me a newer, functioning model. Clicking "Check for update" goes to a webpage to download "IVT_BlueSoleil_10.0.496.1.zip", US$20.99, and it's not clear this is the proper upgrade for my software, However, before you can download, you must register and open an account on the website and agree to a long "Terms of Use". This I will not do. 1Horrific user experience Horrific user experience. Devoted 2 hours to installing this device it never worked. Not ready for prime time. Just wanted to connect a pair of headphones and was enticed by the promise of a 330 foot Blue Tooth connection. Nightmarish problem with the Software of this product, this is what I call a HID ( Headache Inducing Device). Not worth the time. Additional Information : Several years I bought a Blue Tooth Device via amazon, called a Keedox, A blue tooth transmitter and receiver that connects to the headphone jack. This device has hooked up to every headphone/device I have thrown at it. The device has a range of 30 feet, is extremely reliable and easily installed and reasonably priced. Unless you must use a USB port for connecting your headphones I would recommend the Keedox or a similar blue tooth transmitter and receiver. Check Amazon for similar devices. Unless you like getting headaches. 1Bad software support for Windows 7 Need a Class 1 Bluetooth transmitter - will never know if this works because the overly complicated software does not allow the dongle to show up as a device inside of Windows 7 so that it will work with other apps other than their own utility. Will not show up as a Playback device for my headphones. Yeah it says it connects to the headphones in their own software, but since I can't get that to synch up with the actual normal everyday apps that I want to use, it makes it useless. I tried the base Windows 7 drivers and while it starts to recognize it it fails to finish installing all the service drivers that I assume would allow t to work with the headphones. Spent way too much time on this. It is going back.Update: Added one star because I decided to upgrade my system to Windows 10. It works *ok* in Windows 10 - did not have to use the Bluesoleil Software. However, I noticed that the distance and power was nowhere near as good as my old Bluetooth 2.1 Class 1 radio that I was replacing. I was having problems with the quality of sound when using my old dongle in Windows 7 with the new pair of headphones I had bought, hence the reason to get this TRENDNet dongle. I went ahead and tried the old dongle in Windows 10, works great, in fact way better than the TRENDNet dongle which is supposed to support Bluetooth 4.0. Well, I have a solution now - just not the one I was aiming for. I guess I will keep this one as a backup or if I decide I need another Class 1 device, with a much shorter range. 2GREAT WAY TO BRING QUALITY BLUETOOTH SERVICES A GOOD DISTANCE but THERE IS A CATCH I use this with headphone audio only and really like the product. I have this connected to my desktop computer on the end of a usb extension cable with the dongle inside a window. I can get to the end of my yard (100 feet or so) and my class 1 noise cancelling headphones provide me with great sounding audio. This setup also gives me noiseless audio which does not cutout throughout my main floor and in most of my basement. The basement has a couple of cutouts noted on the far side of a concrete garage wall but otherwise perfect. The software has a minimal learning curve and it all works well on my Windows 10 machine and pairing is a breeze. I was a little surprised to see the signal strength reading about 3/4 on the scale with any of my headphones only a couple of feet from the dongle but, as I've mentioned, the range is quite fine for my needs so I suspect all is working correctly.The down side to this is that the Bluesoliel software does not come with a (one device) activation code. After an evaluation period you have to buy it from them then put in the code. Is that in itself a bad thing - not to me. Is it bad that this is not mentioned in the product description? Yes that is bad.Additionally, I could not figure a way to put in the driver for the device without the Bluesoliel. 2Absolutely works with Mac. -- OS Yosemite, Early 2011 17" Macbook Pro i7 2.3hz Absolutely works with Mac. -- OS Yosemite, Early 2011 17" Macbook Pro i7 2.3hzMy Bluetooth antenna or similar stopped working recently, making my Trackpad and wireless Apple Keyboard tick and stall.You must Un-Pair/Delete your Bluetooth Devices (Preferences > Bluetooth) like wireless keyboard and track pad, insert this Bluetooth USB into a USB Port, re-start your computer, maybe press on/off buttons on keyboard and trackpad so the commuter sees them, Re-Pair the wireless devices again with Bluetooth Preferences, and whalla (sic).Works perfect, strong signal, no ticks, perfectly fluid, issue sorted.FYI, this USB Bluetooth transmitter didn't like being placed in a USB Splitter, it preferred being placed directly into a USB Port located on the side of the laptop. 5BlueSoleil 9.2.472.2 Ok. So. After about one year of testing I have come to the conclusion that I, Nor my developers, will ever do business with the developer of "BlueSoleil". The software provided is an ABSOLUTE nightmare for developers! Originally I thought the blame was to be pointed at CSR (cambridge silicon radio) ; However, their hardware and circuitry proved to be flawless in later testing with an "unlocked" bluetooth adapter. That's right... essentially what you are purchasing here is a "locked" adapter and god forbid if you have a hard drive crash or mass loss of information and need to reinstall the drivers... you guessed it... your S.O.L and now need to purchase a new license, and if you don't then the drivers will just throw a fit with EHCI and XHCI hand-off for USB 3.0 & 2.0 and cause system crashes and blue screens of death...Version "BlueSoleil 9.2.472.2" Was Included.Testing was performed on Windows 8, 8.1, and 10Don't expect any free driver upgrades either. 1MY OWN EXPERIENCE WITH WINDOWS 8.1, SOFTWARE AND BLUETOOTH HEADPHONES I recently bought this TRENDnet Micro-Bluetooth adapter to use on my Toshiba laptop, which has an internal Bluetooth adapter that I have never been able to get working. I had also used another external Bluetooth adapter, but it was a bit bulky and I wanted something less obtrusive that I could keep connected to the USB 3 port without having to worry about it getting damaged. TRENDnet's device is very low-profile, although not quite as much as you would surmise from looking at the picture. The metal part of the USB adapter does not actually fit flush with the USB port, so just as much of the metal part of the adapter sticks-out as the plastic part. It's not much. Maybe an extra 1/8 of an inch, but still worth mentioning.I'm using the device solely as a way to link my Tabor Kicker Bluetooth headphones (which work great, BTW). My laptop runs the latest updated version of Windows 8.1, 64-Bit, so YMMV from one operating system to another. Windows 8.1 automatically detected the hardware as soon as I plugged it in and installed the latest driver. The software took a few minutes to set up from the CD-ROM. Unlike the experience some other reviewers have had, the software seems to be working fine for me. Installation required a reboot, after which there is a Bluetooth icon that shows-up in your system tray. Right clicking the icon takes you to a menu where you can set-up your devices.The adapter detected the headphones right-away and I was able to pair them without any problem. The only "catch" to using the software with headphones is that after pairing, you have to right-click on the headphones and then choose "play music" to actually get the audio to stream to your headphones and mute the computer's speaker.I found the range of the unit far exceeded the last one that I used. I was actually able to use the headphones in my front yard with the computer inside. Indoors, I had no problems with it working throughout the house with multiple walls separating the headphones from the computer. Obviously, the USB dongle puts the transmitter on a very "short leash", so you are not going to get the optimal coverage that would be possible if the device were located at a higher, unobstructed height. This is the trade-off for it's low-profile and portability though. It's not a failure of the manufacturer. It's a simple matter of physics. For use with headphones though, this gives a more than acceptable roaming range.About the only downside worth mentioning is the blinky, blue LED light that is built into the unit. there is no way of turning it off, to the best of my knowledge. Since I leave mine more-or-less permanently attached to the laptop, it just contributes to the multitude of LED indicators that light up my bedroom when I have the laptop there, which doesn't exactly help when you are trying to sleep. It just adds to the overall "light pollution" that most homes have. I don't believe that it is anything that can't be fixed with a liberal application of black electrical tape or duct tape can't fix though.In summary, if you are looking for a cheap, but reliable, Bluetooth adapter to stream to your headphones )and you are using Windows 8.1) I would highly recommend this product. I can't speak much as to its use with other applications, devices or operating systems, but for me, it was exactly what I was looking for. 4It works, but... Not a bad product. The claim of 100m distance is laughable. Realistic range is maybe 50 feet at most. If you have absolutely nothing between your bluetooth receiver and the bluetooth transmitter, maybe. But why would you be using bluetooth for that broadcast range when WiFi is much better designed for longer broadcast ranges.The UI of the application is decent. Though if you connect a wireless headphone with mic you may get stuck in a mode where the sound quality is abysmal. It can take some settings tweaks in the OS to make it work properly. I use this on my work system with the Jabra Evolve 65 headset. Once the settings have been set properly, as a former Magnolia product expert I can say the sound quality is solid. Minimal interference is noticeable. For short broadcast runs where a bluetooth usb dongle is needed, it's hard to go wrong here. But if you have specific needs for long range, this probably isn't your best option. 3
TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB

TRENDnet Low Energy Micro Bluetooth 4.0 Class I USB 2.0 with Distance up to 100Meters/330 Feet. Compatible with Win 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Classic Bluetooth, and stereo headset, TBW-106UB

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