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  1.    #1  
    Im considering getting a BT USB adapter, is it just as fast as a straight thru USB to sync?

    Whats the fastest way to sync?
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    As far as I know...the fastest way is straight through USB. BT is considerably slower.
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    Agree. Bluetooth is serial and is considerably slower.
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    Universal Serial Bus

    Both are serial, as is IrDA, if you were wondering. However, bluetooth is much slower because it must deal with interference. Bluetooth was also designed for portable devices, so it goes slower to consume less power.

    USB is the way to go, but if you like wirelessly hotsyncing I don't think there are any disadvantages other than speed for Bluetooth. Beware that Bluetooth has very low range, though.

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