I'd prefer the one of the 2 $19.99 ones, but would consider the Kensington or Interlink for $29.99.
The Belkin uses the Widcomm stack (so says a customer review) and if I remember correctly the library does not support the Widcomm stack. Would it then be possible to remove that stack and allow the default Vista drivers to kick in or... whatever... ?
Sorry for being unclear but I thought my laptop had a Bluetooth card so after several days of exploring the API, building solutions, uploading them to the web, downloading them on my device, unzip and run I decided I should just see if Visual Studio can deploy via Bluetooth. Hence the dongle since my laptop in fact did NOT contain a Bluetooth card.
Oh, and my device's USB socket or the cable is having issues so I cannot even connect via ActiveSync (for long or not at all).
Is it also simply a matter of finding a stack that the library supports and one that works with the device in question? I wasn't sure if I read/grasped what I've read correctly.
Thanks so much for your time! This "forum" software is super cool too. Does it populate tag cloud information from the API directly or is a mix of the community here as well? And where should both of these inquiries gone if not here!?
EDIT: After perusing tags I feel I should mention that I'm writing applications for the PocketPC (but hopefully Smartphone isn't quite a leap) in C# using the .NETCF. Um, mostly GUI... not that it mattters. Thanks!