Bluetooth extension for mainboards from MSI
Bluetooth wireless technology is slowly but surely gaining ground. While numerous practical applications are already being shown at CeBIT 2002, MSI is now offering PC2PC Bluetooth. This allows wireless connections to be established between up to seven computers or other devices.
The central subject of this PC2PC Bluetooth technology is a circuit board called a Bluetoot Bracket, which is located on the manufacturer's current mainboards. This board leads a powerful antenna on a common slot bracket to the outside and thus establishes the connection with other Bluetooth devices in the vicinity. Since MSI would like to use this expansion card with the new mainboards such as the KT3 Ultra-ARU, nothing stands in the way of Bluetooth fun.