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Sharing Bluetooth peripherals?
Using one keyboard/mouse with multiple PCs
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msg:1568940
 5:36 pm on Sep 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

Can a bluetooth keyboard be used with two different PCs (not at the same time of course)? I currently have a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, and I'm wondering if I a buy a second PC if the they could be used on both computers, assuming that the PCs are in sufficiently separated locations. If so, will I have to go through the matching process each time, or can the keyboard "remember" more than one PC?

The fact that the process is called "pairing" makes me think that the keyboard is monogamous; I'm just wondering if it can be serially (pun intended) monogamous. ;)

 

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