“I like Bluetooth,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “It revolutionized how to connect speakers and headphones to devices. It’s so convenient and reliable. But it has a big limitation – poor range. The good news however is that there is a fix that will allow you to spread a Bluetooth signal all around your home and office.”
“So how do you do this? Easy, you need a long-range Bluetooth transmitter/receiver, such as the 1Mii B03,” Kingsley-Hughes writes. “This allows you to stream audio from pretty much any device – cellphone, tablet, laptop or desktop – to your sound system or speakers.”
“Range is exceptional, with a line-of-sight range of up to 230ft (70m), and around 80 to 110ft (25-35m) indoors,” Kingsley-Hughes writes. “For $50, this device represents excellent value for the money.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We use Wi-Fi and AirPlay to stream audio, but we’re thankfully all-Apple. Does anybody need huge Bluetooth range – the technology is designed for short distance data exchange – and, if so, what are you using it for?