internal bluetooth upgrade

Posted on 2007-10-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
can you upgrade the dell inspiron 1501 notebook computer to use bluetooth using an internal module.
Question by:bobnijip
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    If it was originally offered as an option the answer is probably yes.

    Here's a link to an auction that is selling a Dell Truemobile 350 Bluetooth adaptor - they guarantee that it works with the Inspiron 1501.

    This link is for information purposes only - the auction is nothing to do with me!

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