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Bluetooth connections - Can you have more than one device connected?

#1iscareu13Posted 9/12/2013 3:55:29 AM
If a laptop has Bluetooth, are you only able to have one device connected to it at once?

Let's say I had both a bluetooth speaker and bluetooth mouse, would I be able to use them at the same time?
#2DragnfyrPosted 9/12/2013 5:22:24 AM
Well on the iMac I think you can have both a bluetooth keyboard and a bluetooth mouse connected at the same time which is probably true for other devices as well.
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#3TravisCombsPosted 9/12/2013 5:24:30 AM
"In a Bluetooth piconet one master can communicate up to 7 active slaves, there can be some other up to 248 devices which are in sleep mode (may participate to communication actively when another active device goes into sleep mode)."

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_maximum_number_
of_bluetooth_devices_that_can_connect_concurrently_to_one_host
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#4MasterDonGeroPosted 9/12/2013 6:17:26 AM
Go to Google and search "How many devices can be connected to a Bluetooth adapter?"
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