Bluetooth Adapter for PC

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Was looking for a smaller footprint keyboard for my PC for work and accidentally bought a bluetooth Logitech Wireless keyboard.   What type of adapter would be best for uninterrupted connection. I found these on Amazon  but don't know if they're the best choice, with my work can't afford that keyboard suddenly loses connection and I'm scrambling to fix or connect something else. 

Can't return keyboard and have no other use for it, that being said, was looking for a good quality wireless keyboard without the numeric keyboard and couldn't find anything with decent reviews - if anyone has a rec, I wouldn't even mind if its wired as desk space is at a premium. 


TIA for any help or advice

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redrover said:   Was looking for a smaller footprint keyboard for my PC for work and accidentally bought a bluetooth Logitech Wireless keyboard. 

 

  I've never seen a wireless keyboard that didn't come with the needed adapter.  Check the box - it should be there.

If not, though, any decent adapter should work.  BT is a mature technology.  Connection loss is only likely when the batteries in the keyboard start to fail.

thanks - just checked again - here's the details of what comes with the keyboard.  I just checked the PC specs and doesn't seem to be any bluetooth built in.  Ordered one with the least amount of terrible reviews


 Keyboard.2 AAA batteries (pre-installed).User documentation

 

minidrag said:   
redrover said:   Was looking for a smaller footprint keyboard for my PC for work and accidentally bought a bluetooth Logitech Wireless keyboard. 

 

  I've never seen a wireless keyboard that didn't come with the needed adapter.  Check the box - it should be there.

If not, though, any decent adapter should work.  BT is a mature technology.  Connection loss is only likely when the batteries in the keyboard start to fail.

  this one. you didnt get a bluetooth adapter with the keyboard? you might have bought something for a tablet or such a device.

Good point, didn't think about some of the newer keyboards made for using with tablets and such, which all have bluetooth built in. Redrover, can you tell us the model of the keyboard?



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