Bluetooth is the revolutionary new wireless technology that will soon become the global standard for wireless connectivity. It is based on a low power, short-range radio transceiver chip. It facilitates the replacement of cables, which are normally used to connect one device to another and also provides an effortless instant connection between a wide range of devices.
The Bluetooth enabled devices do not have to be pointed at one another, the distance between devices can be much greater, the speed of transmission is much higher, and the data passed can be encrypted and secure. Despite these powerful features, the power consumption is very low. The projected cost of a Bluetooth chip is as low as $5, which means we can literally place one in any device.
In the future, Bluetooth is going to be the standard in millions of mobile phones, laptops, PCs and a wide range of other electronic devices. As the radio frequency used is globally available and offers fast and secure wireless connections, the applications of this technology is going to be limitless.
Bluetooth technology thus marries a vision of engineering innovation with an understanding of business and consumer expectations. With such a potential, Bluetooth is likely to become the fastest adopted technology ever in the history. (To be honest it's going to be forced down the consumers necks, whether they want it or not, as too many companies have invested in it). The following presentation deals with the basic concepts of this technology.