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Bluetooth tendrá velocidad extrema en 2008

Bluetooth Special Interest Group anunció que la próxima generación del estándar Bluetooth alcanzará velocidades 100 veces mayores que la actual.

La próxima generación de Bluetooth será lanzada en 2008 y podrá ser usada para transmisión y visualización en tiempo real de video y audio.

Aunque la capacidad será fuertemente incrementada, la tecnología continuará usando poca corriente eléctrica. Esto permitirá continuar usándola en teléfonos móviles y unidades de manos libres.

Según la organización, durante el tercer trimestre 2007 se presentarán prototipos de la nueva tecnología.

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