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UGreen Bluetooth adapter 4.0

It is a new Bluetooth adapter which supports Bluetooth v4.0.

Let’s have a look at the package first. Oh, no. I still want to see the difference between Bluetooth 4.0 and its previous generation, such as v3.0, etc.

Bluetooth Specs

The specification of the adapter I got as below:

  • Chip model: CSR8510
  • Bluetooth version: 4.0
  • Data transfer frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Data transfer rate: up to 3Mbps
  • Operation range: up to 20 meters
  • Support USB 2.0 A male port
  • Support protocol: HFP1.5, HSP1.2, AVRCP1.4, A2DP1.2, FTP1.1
  • Compliant with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10

The Package Content:

  • USB Bluetooth Adapter
  • Driver CD
  • Manual
  • Warranty Card

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D-Link DWA-192 AC1900 Wi-Fi Dual Band USB Adapter

Because I have a new router Dir-880L, a new Wi-Fi adapter is required.

D-Link DWA-192 AC1900 Wi-Fi Dual Band USB Adapter。 Regular price is  more than $80 at the retail store. Now I got a new one from London Drugs. It is on sale. $49.99 plus tax. I saw this price before at the same store.

USB 3.0 connection to PC or Laptop. It provides 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac.




Next Generation Wireless Technology – Wireless AC1900 for seamless gaming, smooth HD media streaming and fast file transfers

Dual Band Performance – Up to 600Mbps (2.4GHz) or 1300Mbps (5GHz) to deliver fast wireless speeds and less interference for maximum throughput

USB 3.0 – Faster connectivity and performance

Simple setup – WPS Push Button for easy connection to your wireless network

Backward compatibility – Compatible with existing Wi-Fi routers and range extenders


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R-Drive III external hard disk adapter

I bought a adapter or converter which can convert an IDE hard disk or SATA disk to a USB external drive. If I need to test a HD, just connect it on R-Drive, and plug the usb to computer. The computer will recognize the HD as a external disk.

1. Connect laptop 2.5″ harddisk (IDE/SATA) to any computer via USB without power adaptor
2. Connect desktop 3.5″ harddisk (IDE/SATA) to any computer via USB with power adaptor
3. Connect CD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD-ROM/DVD-RW (IDE/SATA) to any computer with power adaptor.

I tested it with my 3.5″ 40GB Maxtor hard disk. It works on my Windows XP and O!play media player.

It is $20 plus tax.


D-Link 1402S

D-Link 1402s is not a router only. It is a four ports router and 2 ports VOIP adapter.
The price is dropped down from about $90 to $59.95 on sipphone. Some sites still tag it at $88.95.
Please be noted the D-Link 1402s is not a locked equipment. It is open. You can use it on any VOIP service.
There are some D-Link 1402s/L, locked one. Only works on Lingo Voice Service. Donot buy this one.

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Sipura SPA 2002

Let me introduce this VOIP adapter, which cost me CND88.75 including TAX.
I bought it from Voxilla. Its store is located in downtown Vancouver. I pick up it there.

It is so compact. When I first look at it, I think it may be cost me too much.
After using to make some phone call to USA and China, I feel it worth.
This unit features 2 phone ports for connecting standard telephones. This unit is superior to the Cisco ATA 186 in that the two ports are independently programmable for different SIP Proxies. A user may have one service on line 1 and another service on line 2.

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Voxilla Canadian Store

The newly opened online Voxilla Canada Store stocks the entire line of products and accessories that are currently offered on the Voxilla Store but are represented in Canadian currency, at prices comparable to those in the US store.
Voxilla Canada will offer free standard shipping throughout the country for its entire product line. Among the products carried by Voxilla Canada are VoIP adaptors and IP phones manufactured by Intertex, Grandstream, Leadtek, Linksys/Sipura, Polycom, SipCPE and others. Starting later this year Voxilla will also publish expanded Canada-specific content on the new Voxilla Canada web site.

SIPCPE FX200 Voip Port Converter

This is a converter to convert your PSTN phone line to your VOIP phone. It is a feature product to call forward tool between your VOIP number and your local phone number or cell phone number.

Compatible with Cisco, Grandstream and Sipura VoIP adaptors only.
For a detailed overview of the capabilities of the SIPCPE FX200, please visit
Update: the site is given up. 2009.08.03
Now you can use your VOIP service to make and receive telephone calls even when you’re out of the office, with SIP CPE Sources’ FX-200 VoIP Port Converter.
The majority of the 1 and 2 port gateways and analog terminal adapters on the market are not configured with an FXO or Line port. With the FX200, you can use “Transit In” and “Transit Out” functions with your gateway or analog terminal adaptor in conjunction with your VOIP service.

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