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    18 mile (10KM) range Bluetooth device...

    Taken from the manufacturers website... http://www.aircable.net/host-xr.html how cool would it be to steal Paris Hiltons phonebook from 18 miles away? and from your carputer non the less while driving down the interstate...muhuhuhahahahaha....ohh the possibilities...lol

    AIRcable Host XR™

    The only long-range (10 km-class) Bluetooth® USB "Dongle"

    Key Features:

    Bluetooth 2.0-compatible
    Standard USB connector
    Works with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
    1 km external antenna included
    Extended range for up to 30 km
    No external power needed
    Aluminum case for reduced interference and increased sensitivity
    Extends the range of your existing bluetooth devices!
    Built on AIRcable's Bluetusk™ long-range technology

    The AIRcable Host XR, equipped with an extremely-powerful, highly-sensitive Bluetooth transmitter, can achieve an unparalleled range of up to 30 km! With a 9 dBi omni-directional antenna, the extended range is up to 2 km, and with the 18 dBi directional antenna, it is up to 10 km. Additionally, given its high sensitivity, it can extend the range of weaker Bluetooth devices like cell phones and headsets by hundreds of meters. With most other devices only capable of obtaining a range of 10 meters or less, no other Bluetooth device comes even close. Plus, this long-range Bluetooth transmitter connects to any computer with a Bluetooth connection and can handle virtually any Bluetooth profile available. Uses include standard data, streaming data, headsets communication (like Skype calls), and stereo headphone communication, amongst others.

    With the AIRcable Host XR you can extend the range of communication from your PC to other Bluetooth devices.

    The AIRcable Host XR's Bluetooth radio receiver is many times more sensitive than the average Bluetooth device. You can expect about a 10 times more range than with other standard Bluetooth dongles.

    just thought i would share...and its only 129 bucks...
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    you wouldn't steal anything from her phone, the reason is that the other end is not capable
    anyway, 30km range seems to be impressive, better than wifi
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupa2 View Post
    you wouldn't steal anything from her phone, the reason is that the other end is not capable
    anyway, 30km range seems to be impressive, better than wifi
    wow...thats really odd...i hadnt even submitted this yet...i went to dinner and had this just chillin on my screen and i litterally just submitted this...lol
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    I can predict the future then....

    yeah, I wish
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    WIth millions of Bluetooth stuff, your computer would probably crash with so many devices found.
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    I'll believe it when I read a third party review.
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    It's installed by default on every version of Windows.

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