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Bluetooth versus Wi-Fi Phones – For wire-free connectivity and quite a bit more April 17, 2008

Posted by mobilephoneguy in mobile phone comparisons.
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Today, most of the users want to be a part of wireless technology for transfering their data files, instead of tangling with the wires. As a matter of fact, the business world thrives on the wireless technology for accessing the Internet or in preparing of presentations, for instance. The advanced wireless technology such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in any mobile phones makes it stand apart among competitive products.

The Bluetooth mobile phones come with three main benefits. First and foremost, the users are able to enjoy the wireless connection for transferring of important files to colleagues, and friends. As a matter of fact, the users do not have to carry a multitude of connectors and attachments with them on the move. Secondly, without spending much from the pocket, the users are able to enjoy wireless connectivity. Therefore, it can be said that Bluetooth technology is quite affordable and within the budgets of many people. Last but not the least, Bluetooth is easy to use, as the users do not have do anything special to make it work.

On other hand, the Wi-Fi enabled phones come with wireless LAN adapters. In many instances, these Wi-Fi phones are designed as a replacement for the cabled LAN adapters. As a matter of fact, this technology ensures that the users are able to enjoy high-speed data transfers with other compatible devices. Moreover, the Wi-Fi enabled phones are backed with better network solutions as they come with strong security protocols.Therefore, it can be said that Bluetooth and WiFi technology are high-end gadgets that offer wire-free connectivity and quite a bit more. As a matter of fact, both the technologies are based on wireless connections, which allows the users to transfers the data files to other compatible devices without the need for clumsy cables.

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