How to Install a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse
The Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 is designed to work with Bluetooth transceivers that are not necessarily made by Microsoft, so the mouse can easily connect through the laptop’s integrated Bluetooth adapter. Therefore, the mouse does not include such an adapter. Unfortunately not all laptops have Bluetooth capabilities. Luckily, this feature is easily added to your laptop by purchasing a USB Bluetooth dongle that automatically installs when you plug the tiny device into your USB port.
How to Connect an After-Market Subwoofer to the Bose Lifestyle
The Bose Lifestyle series of home theater systems is designed to be easily set up even by novices. Bass frequencies are supplied by the Acoustimass unit, which plugs into the back of the Lifestyle receiver using a proprietary connector. The remaining speakers attach to the Acoustimass unit through a series of color-coded connectors. Users who would like more powerful bass can easily augment the Bose system with an aftermarket subwoofer.
WiFi Antenna Connector Types
More Wi-Fi antenna connector types exist than you may imagine. These connectors are matched to certain types of antenna cables. The appropriate cable and connector are based on the type of hardware, such as an access point, router or wireless card. The connector type found on Wi-Fi hardware is a reflection of its intended installation environment, along with manufacturer design preference. For example, an integrated wireless card might use a smaller connector than a stand-alone router or gateway. When examining connector types, you must also pay attention to the gender of each connector, which is many times counter-intuitive.