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Cirago High Speed Bluetooth & WiFi Combo – tiny USB package delivers all the wireless speed you will need


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It’s a truth that bears repeating, you can never have too much speed. Or too many Oreos for that matter, but we digress. If you’ve ever found yourself USB challenged and needing some up front high speed wireless action, then this is the puppy you should check out.

The Cirago High Speed Bluetooth 3.0 & WiFi Combo offers eight times faster speeds than typical Bluetooth up to 24 Mbps, as well as WiFi 802.11/n speeds, all wrapped up in a tiny micro format which fits any standard USB port on the planet.

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The device is ostensibly compatible with the Windows operating system, but since reports say it works fine with the Raspberry Pi, there’s every chance that it will deliver wireless connectivity to everything else you own as well. Apart from your toothbrush of course. Priced at $29.36.

 Cirago High Speed Bluetooth & WiFi Combo   tiny USB package delivers all the wireless speed you will need

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • MusicalBox

    Wow oh wow ! Sounds like this little device if fast and powerfull. Only one problem : I have no idea what this is supose to do…
    Can you give me an example of one thing I can use it for ?

    P.S. : Just for the record, I’m not a complete ignorant. I know all there is to know about Oreos :-D

    • http://www.redferret.net/ Nigel Powell

      Oreos for the win! This device lets you connect up your Bluetooth devices (e.g. keyboard, mouse etc) to something else with a USB port (e.g. a Raspberry Pi). Or if you have an old laptop with no Bluetooth, you add this. Does that help?

      • MusicalBox

        Yes thank you very much.
        So I guess it could also be used to connect together my Android tablet to my non-bluetooth PC and transfer files like photos and songs from one to the other ?

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