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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Rob Williams, Dec 25, 2012.
Seen this on Reddit.
twas bluetooth but still, what kind of company pulls this trickery?
Should see some of the stunts pulled by USB chargers and car power adapters. Horrendously dangerous devices - no filtering, no regulating, no fuses. It's not just people being stupid and buying cheap adapters, though that doesn't help, it's companies supplying high value devices with these dangerous adapters.
With the above, you've been duped by a fake antenna, that's not so bad. At least it wasn't a power charger that overloads the battery and starts a chemical fire and burns down your car/house.
Yes, I have a big gripe with power adapters/converters...
Some people have serious issues with buying anything that doesn't have a big adjustable external antenna. Guess they wanted to dress up to solve those fears Its a bluetooth adapter, meta-material antenna's are standard equipment aren't they?