EP-4BEAV: a BlueTooth board from EPoX
EPoX introduced Intel 845D-based EP 4BEAV mainboard with BlueTooth capabilities.
EP 4BEAV features 3 PC2100 DDR slots for up to 2GB of memory, 5 PCI slots, 4X AGP slot, built-in 6-channel audio, 2 IDE Ultra ATA100 connectors, an integrated Ethernet RJ-45 connector, and a BlueTooth module with an antenna.
The BlueTooth Module is a low-power, wireless Personal Area Network product. It automatically searches for any BlueTooth devices present within 10 meters (approximately 32.8 ft) to create mobile Network Neighborhood with.
The BlueTooth device supports General Access, fax, file transfer, LAN Access, Object Push, and Dial-Up Networking. BlueTooth operates in the 2.40-2.49 GHz frequency range featuring 79 channels of 1 MHz BW. Internet browsing safety and privacy are provided by BlueTooth ultra secure 128-bit full-length encryption keys.
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