This page shows some tests results of several Bluetooth adapter using the RWTH - Mindstorms NXT Toolbox for MATLAB.
Please note: The results and interpretations of the following tests are limited to the compability to the toolbox and don't claim a generalization to other applications and environments!
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|Abe UB22S (LEGO)||Link||II||WinXP||~ 33 €|
|AnyCom||Link||I||WinXP||~ 16 €|
|AVM - BlueFRITZ! USB v2.0||Link (German)||I||WinXP||~ 38 €|
|Belkin - F8T012 Bluetooth||Link||I||WinXP||~ 25 €|
|Conceptronic - CBT200U2 Bluetooth V2.0||Link||I||WinXP||~ 19 €|
|Level One - MDU-0025USB Bluetooth 2.0||Link||I||WinXP||~ 20 €|
|MSI - Star Key 2.0||Link (German)||I||WinXP||~ 18 €|
Update (03/2011): Since our tests were performed in 2007, the results from the table above may be outdated. At RWTH Aachen University, we keep on using our AVM BlueFRITZ! USB v2.0 adapters, and are very happy with it. We can only encourage you to do compatibility tests on your own. An up-to-date list of Bluetooth adapters that work with the NXT in general can be found here: http://thenxtstep.blogspot.com/2011/01/we-need-your-bluetooth-experience.html