- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 41 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 18 g
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- Item model number: 2553B003AC
- ASIN: B0018M4MQW
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Jun. 2008
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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Canon BU-30 Bluetooth Adapter Unit for Pixma iP100 and iP100 with Ink Jet Printers
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It does what it is supposed to do but is quite expensive for an USB dongle.
Unfortunately I had to buy this very specific one as any of the other universal USB BT dongles I've tried did not work.
Well i'm working with Windows 8.1 and I found a Bluetooth dongle absolutly compatible with the printer (and the Canon's dongle):
Hama Nano Bluetooth USB Adapter, Version 2.1+EDR Class2
You can find it here at amazon UK at about 10 Euro (8 £)
It works fine, error free, and according to Hama there is no need for driver for WINDOWS 8 (and I guess 8.1 too). The fact is It works without fault, with me. Simply ignore the CD that comes with the product (only for Windows 8, 8.1)
One issue tough: When pairing, I got a message that it couldn't find the drivers for the dongle. Ignore it. It will do the pairing anyway. Print something and it will work.
My suspicion is that for those that say it's "useless" may have just forgotten to check if their computer has bluetooth. Not all will (Macs will, by the way) and if your's doesn't - well, it's not likely to work with this, is it? Perhaps people have got confused about "wireless" expecting that since they have WiFi on their computer then this will work. Nope, not the case. It is indeed wireless, but uses Bluetooth, not WiFi.
So there you have it - if you have bluetooth this works seamlessly and is a doddle. If you don't have bluetooth, no amount of tinkering will make it work.
Finally, it is not cheap but well worth the money. I can't provide any faults at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
perefct as usual! turns your printer into a wireless one so your computer can connect wireless to it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by buyall
A complete waste of money. Still connecting the printer via the USB Cable. This is a product which could not be recommended.Published on 28 May 2013 by Roger Wood
Firstly It was difficult to fit.
Very little introduction to the product, it actually produced a copy of the printer which you have to mark as default for it to work. Read more